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Our products have been huge for elderly people, in particular, because research has shown that 80 percent of sicknesses are transferred in conventional tile bathrooms and that doesn't happen as readily in nonporous acrylic environments," Gustafson said.
A Applying waterborne inks on difficult-to-coat surfaces such as plastics, films and nonporous substrates presents significant challenges to ink formulators.
Made with Crypton--the only fabric deemed a nonporous surface--this textile resists stains, moisture, odors, and bacteria, yet is soft, comfortable and breathable.
The mat is made from a nonporous vinyl making it hygienic and easy to clean.
The nonporous biomimetic design enables high salt rejection and faster water flow at lower driving pressures than competing membranes, reducing the energy cost of desalination.
1 Start with a thin-walled, nonporous pot (at least 12 inches wide and 16 inches high) that has no drainage hole but will be easy to drill into--like the plastic ones shown here (Skord planter, from $30; ikea.
Safe for use around patients, residents and health care workers with respiratory conditions and sensitivities, the cloth can be used on alcohol-sensitive equipment and other hard nonporous surfaces.
The new Videojet[R] 2120 can print large, variable data codes on both porous or nonporous substrates, everything from cardboard and paper to plastic and foil.
Porous resin materials have lower dielectric constants than nonporous resins.
99) of nonporous polymers that resist odor-causing bacteria.
The EPA-registered product is safe for use on hard, nonporous surfaces, including medical equipment, and features 24-hour residual protection.