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RECLAIM. To demand again, to insist upon a right; as, when a defendant for a consideration received from the plaintiff, has covenanted to do an act, and fails to do it, the plaintiff may bring covenant for the breach, or assumpsit to reclaim the consideration. 1 Caines, 47.

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Reclaimed PVC crumb is extruded into black PVC sheet that is used as an underlayer in new carpeting.
Deciding to reclaim your sand is only the first step.
The utilization of recycled rubber, especially in the form of reclaim, is a well-established practice in the rubber industry.
Specializes in inline direct-recycle filmscrap reclaim systems, repelletizing systems, and gravimetric blending systems.
What do you want to do with reclaimed sand; use it in the coreroom, or back on the molding line?
Today there is no tire reclaim produced in the U.S.
"Find out what they do with the dross waste after they reclaim it--you could become liable for what happens to it," he said.
Says Lieberman at American Commodities, "We keep expanding the variations the system will tolerate, such as the number of resin types, contaminants, or coatings--paint, adhesive, clearcoat, primer--that the system will remove." Last year, his firm commercialized a dry process to reclaim laminated instrument-panel scrap.
Specializes in in-line direct-recycle film-scrap reclaim systems, repelletizing systems, and gravimetric blending systems.
Offers auger-feed, beside-the-press and heavy-duty upright granulators, central granulators, hogs, shredders, conveyors, parts separators, granulate removal systems and complete closed-loop reclaim systems that can separate, convey, shred, grind and reload molding machines.
Here, the use of 20% reclaimed GTR in SBR/GTR and BR/GTR revulcanizates results improved tensile mechanical properties and elasticity.