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In general, the crystallinity of a rotationally molded part is affected by the rate at which it is cooled.
Treatments included monoculture alfalfa (ALF-R), monoculture tall wheatgrass (TW-R), and alfalfa-tall wheatgrass (ALF/TW-R), all rotationally stocked April to September in 1999 to 2001, and alfalfa-tall wheatgrass continuously stocked (ALF/TW-C) April to September in 2000 and 2001.
Rotationally molded in one piece from 100% waterproof, UV-resistant polyethylene, the units are available in a variety of capacities with standard 44" x 44" footprints to integrate with existing container fleets.
Paxton Water Tanks are rotationally moulded from a specialist food grade of polyethylene and are ideal for the storage of both potable and non-potable water.
The bin is rotationally molded from 100% weatherproof polyethylene to withstand bumps, scrapes, spills and constant exposure to the elements without cracking, chipping or fading.
The blue base and target football and white goalposts are rotationally molded of UV-resistant polyethylene for "virtual immunity to water, chlorine, sunlight, and snow; the game can even be left outside year-round," Pool Shot says.
A new automatic dry blasting machine for the surface preparation and finishing of cylindrical and other rotationally symmetrical components, has been introduced by Vacu-Blast, part of the WHEELABRATOR GROUP.
* Rotationally molded of weatherproof polyethylene in a single unit for increased structural strength and durability
Rotationally molded in one piece, the seamless containers are colored throughout to retain the color-coding even if scratched or scuffed.
In this report, an L'16 experimental matrix design based on the Taguchi method was conducted to optimize the impact strength of rotationally molded parts.
These units comprise a tough, one-piece rotationally moulded liner mounted in a rugged steel protective frame that is designed for easy handling by an existing crane or forklift truck.
From mid-April through mid-October in 1992 and in 1994, clones were defoliated to a 5-cm stubble by each of the following methods: (i) clipped with a rotary mower at monthly intervals; (ii) stocked rotationally (3-d grazing period and 27-d rest period) with cattle at monthly intervals; and (iii) stocked continuously with cattle.