EPDM sponges are not easily deformed due to their structure. They are elastic; high thermal conductivity coefficients are low. They are successful in maintaining good and old deformations under pressure. They are used in all kinds of sealing applications. There are types of resistance to aging, corrosion, oils and chemicals. It is the most widely used and known type of sponge for sealing purposes with different hardness and different densities.
Closed cell and semi closed cell with two different production of automotive, white goods, electrical electronics, marine, construction industry is the indispensable seal application sponge.
Kapalı Hücre Epdm
EPDM süngerler yapıları gereği kolay deformasyona uğramazlar. Elastiktirler; ısı dayanımları yüksek ısı iletkenlik katsayıları düşüktür. Baskı altında deformasyonları iyi ve eski formunu koruma konusunda başarılıdırlar. Her türlü sızdırmazlık uygulamalarında sorunsuz kullanılırlar. Yaşlanmaya, korozyona, yağlara ve kimyasallara dayanıklı türleri mevcuttur. Farklı sertlik dereceleri ve farklı yoğunlukları ile en çok kullanılan ve bilinen özellikle sızdırmazlık amaçlı kullanılan sünger gurubudur.
Closed cell ve semi closed cell olarak iki farklı üretimi ile otomotiv, beyaz eşya, elektrik elektronik, marine, inşaat sanayinin vazgeçilmez conta uygulama süngeridir.
Ya Allah. Give me strength and courage, cause You know my struggles and worries. Please ease my tasks, and make me grateful for what I have. Help me remember You and give me sabr when things don't go my way. Ya Allah, save me from myself, cause I am my worst enemy. You are the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful.
I've been dealing with some stressful life stuff recently (not conversion related) and I just need to remind myself that as long as I do my best, put in the effort, the rest is up to Allah swt. Whatever it might be, His plan is the best for me.
Finally got the replacement for my chaintool from BeeSPutty a few days ago and played with it a little bit. You can just roll up your preferred sculpting mass and squeeze it between the two forms, but that leaves you with a lot of flash to remove afterwards. Filling up either side, removing all the putty that's not in the bas-relief and pushing them together results in far less cleanup and makes inserting a wire a lot easier. I have tried to do this with Greenstuff, Pro-Create, Aves Apoxie Sculpt and Fimo without success. BeeSPutty from the manufacturer seemed to be the only Putty with the right consistency to remove the excess without pulling putty out of the form, I highly doubt that is considered a problem. I would consider it a problem that a coating of talcum powder appears necessary to successfully remove the putty from the mold. It takes a bit of time to fix the imperfections with a clay shaper, and add indentations with a tool of a fitting size, and I could have done a better job, but you end up with a chain comparable to the ones in plastic kits, that can be bend into any shape you want. You can still bend the chain after baking the material in the oven, which is what I did in these pics. The wire really helps with that, though 0,4mm is a bit too big for the small and middle chains. I tried creating a longer chain, once by fixing the end of unbaked putty to the end of the form, and once using an already baked version. Both worked out fine, if you need a really long chain, I recommend baking it in between. The largest size is the easiest to work, as such the smallest is the one you will generally want for miniatures. If you're wondering why I'm not just using jewelry chains, you can't get them to keep a shape like on the two flayed ones without way more work and patience, and even then it will easily break apart.
My first day of prayers as a muslim. SubhanAllah what an experience so far. Fajr went well despite falling asleep late the night before. Alhamdulillah my (future) mother in law supervises me and helps me if I pause to think of what word or sentence that comes next. There was such a beautiful sunrise afterwards 🌄
Zuhr prayer went...differently. I prayed with my friend, who went nice and slow, but I got kind of nervous?? So I messed up and fell behind, which stressed me out even more. But I managed to stay on track and I didn't back out! Also, the fan kept turning the pages for me so I had to spend even more time finding for the right page for the right moment 😂 .
I prayed Asr by myself, behind closed doors. I needed some quiet time to really focus, especially after Zuhr. I've realised that I struggle to properly concentrate if theres sounds or people walking by. I got enough to think about with my book and memorizing. It went good.
Maghrib and Isha went beautifully. With some newfound confidence, except from stepping on the skirt, I didn't mess up that much -only minor things. Alhamdulillah. I really enjoy praying with my friend.
Lastly, I shouldn't be so afraid of messing up, cause then I'll just end up..messing up.
InshaAllah with practice I'll gain confidence.