EFI....The only way to fly!
robert at s-cars.org
Thu May 16 17:13:15 EDT 2002
Some names include Bakelite (developed by J.P. Baekeland [if I spelled his
name correctly] who modestly named it after himself) and
Phenol-formaldehyde resin among others. It's the stuff that was used for
old fashioned black pot handles and telephone handsets from _many_ years
ago. It is pretty resistant to heat but will eventually degrade after much
use. I don't know how well it will stand up to the intended use. This
might make an interesting experiment for someone.
At 03:38 PM 5/16/02, gerard wrote:
>I'm no plastics expert, so
>what other names is phenolic known as? I need to know that 'cos the
>folks out here in Africa tend to talk about things by different names
>(Try asking them about AN fuel fittings!). I can always have a workshop
>make a piece using a gasket as a pattern.
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