Bimetallic barrels.Bimetallic bi·me·tal·lic
1. Consisting of two metals, often bonded together and having different rates of thermal expansion.
2. Of, based on, or using the principles of bimetallism. barrels. This manufacturer of screws, barrels and chill rolls for the plastic processing industry has released a brochure detailing the bimetallic barrel product line. The full-color brochure outlines the three major bimetallic barrel product offerings, including the AR-1000 (general purpose), SuperCarb (excellent abrasion abrasion /abra·sion/ (ah-bra´zhun)
1. a rubbing or scraping off through unusual or abnormal action; see also planing.
2. a rubbed or scraped area on skin or mucous membrane. resistance) and CR-3680 (extreme corrosion environments), as well as other alternate alloy alloy (ăl`oi, əloi`) [O. Fr.,=combine], substance with metallic properties that consists of a metal fused with one or more metals or nonmetals. configurations such as the CR-3000 for specialty applications. Physical properties, chemical composition and other technical information is available for each of the three products. The bimetallic barrel line is used in both the extrusion and injection molding injection molding
A manufacturing process for forming objects, as of plastic or metal, by heating the molding material to a fluid state and injecting it into a mold. marketplace. (New Castle Industries)
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