Definitions

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  • ethylene propylene diene terpolymer

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  • The roofing material is an EPDM membrane, a single-ply rubber roofing that ages well, resists extreme cold and heat, has low life-cycle cost and is an inert material with limited environmental impact during manufacture and use.

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  • These liners are 45 mil EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomer), a synethetic rubber, and are formulated to be fish-safe.

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  • Widely compatible with a range of roofing membranes -- including EPDM (M-class rubber), TPO (thermoplastic polyolefin), PVC (polyvinyl chloride), CSPE (chlorosulfonated polyethylene), and low-sloped, built-up and modified bitumen membrane systems -- it is also a suitable insulation underlayment for metal roofing.

  • Tuesday of last week we announced we entered into an agreement to purchase PDT, a German manufacturer of single-ply EPDM roofing.

  • As our factories are all performing at a high level of efficiency, we did see increases in our raw materials, EPDM was up 35%, carbon black 24%, and TPO resin 10%.

  • If you want an interesting task try measuring some EPDM peristaltic tube ...

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  • Features include reinforced concrete floors; brick over concrete block walls; EPDM membrane roof; ceiling heights to 22 '; 25' x 45 'column spacing; seven (7) tailgate level docks; and two (2) drive-in doors.

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  • Each sensor is built into a section of schedule 40 epoxy coated carbon steel pipe with Ultem encapsulated ultrasonic transducers and a choice of EPDM, Buna-N, Neoprene, FKM, or other seals.

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  • Some people in the industry have been using EPDM rubber exclusively for 20 - 30 years and don't really see the need to change yet.

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  • (EPDM) which are either biodegradable by microorganisms or environmentally degradable such as in a landfill.

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