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Geosynthetics  
D.I. Cook, 2003, ISBN 978-1-85957-375-4
Geosynthetics are sheet polymeric materials used in civil engineering. They have been used since the 1970s in geotechnical (soil) structures for functions such as separation, reinforcement, drainage, filtration, liquid containment and as gas barriers. Geosynthetics often play critical roles in civil engineering and it is important that the materials in use can withstand the physical and chemical pressures of the environment. The review is accompanied by around 400 abstracts from papers and books in the Rapra Polymer Library database, to facilitate further reading on this subject. A subject index and a company index are included.
Price: $150.00


Air Monitoring in the Rubber and Plastics Industries  
B.G. Willoughby, 2003, ISBN 978-1-85957-374-7
There are many chemicals in use in the rubber and plastics industries from the monomers polymerised to form plastics and rubbers, to the additives used to enhance the polymer properties. In addition, other potentially hazardous substances are formed by reactions between these base chemicals and with air. The formation of suspected carcinogenic nitrosamine compounds by some rubber formulations is a case in point. This book examines the types of chemicals found in the polymer industry and the potential hazards. It goes on to explain the common chemical reactions of concern to health and safety. Monitoring methods are described in some detail together with their limitations. This is essentially a practical book giving a background to the chemistry of the polymer industry and chemical monitoring methods. It will be of use to workers and managers across the industry in explaining what should be done and why. It will be of particular interest to occupational health and environmental monitoring specialists.
Price: $126.00


Application of Textiles in Rubber (The)  
D.B. Wootton, 2001, ISBN 978-1-85957-277-1
This book is written in a very readable style. It starts by describing the history of the use of textiles in rubber composites and progresses through the technology of yarn production to the details of fabric construction. The five core fabric materials used in rubber reinforcement are covered, i.e., cotton, rayon, polyester, nylon and aramid. Adhesion of fabrics to the rubber matrix is discussed and tests for measuring adhesion are described.
Price: $180.00


Rubber Bonding 2001  
Conference, 2001, ISBN 978-1-85957-298-6
Following the three very successful conferences dealing with the subject of bonding rubbers of all types to a wide variety of substrates, Rapra Technology Ltd and European Rubber Journal held this further broad based conference on the subject. Papers presented at this fourth conference discuss technical updates of the current state of the art in bonding technology, and also introduce some of the developments that have taken place with bonding systems. A number of papers examine many aspects of the theoretical background of the science of adhesion theory to enable the factory practitioner to understand more fully the establishment of the best possible bonds between rubbers and substrates, and to achieve best service life from the products manufactured.
Price: $160.00


Blowing Agents and Foaming Processes 2004  
Conference, 2004, ISBN 978-1-85957-447-8
This sixth international conference dedicated to the critical role of blowing agents in foamed plastics and rubber aimed to present an insight into the latest industrial progress and research for foam generation. The conference offered a comprehensive review of recent academic developments, results and future possibilities, foaming agents and blowing gases and foam processes such as microcellular technology, direct gassing processes and related gases.
Price: $180.00


Polymer Rheology 2001  
Conference, 2001, ISBN 978-1-85957-250-4
Rapra presented the third successful European conference concentrating on polymer rheology as a practical tool for process control and quality analysis. Papers were presented covering the latest techniques, equipment and innovations in the monitoring and characterisation of polymers. Subjects addressed included the application of rheology to real time processes, quality control and flow behaviour.
Price: $160.00


Utech 2000  
Conference Proceedings, 2000, ISBN 978-1-85957-206-1
With the UTECH 2000 event, Crain Communications Ltd, the creators of the UTECH concept, joined forces with ISOPA, the European Isocyanate Producers Association, to produce the most inspirational and informative experience in the polyurethane industry’s calendar.
Price: $300.00


Radiation Curing  
R.S. Davidson, 2001, ISBN 978-1-85957-288-7
This is a very readable review on the exciting, advancing technology of radiation curing. The principles upon which the technology is based, the equipment that is used and the materials which make up a radiation curable formulation are described.
Price: $144.00


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