When my interlocutor does not fully understand what I do, I do the following exercise with him: in our immediate environment, I point out as many objects as possible that require cooling in order to be created. I list in order: phone case, apple, monitor case, desk veneer, coffee milk, soles of shoes, pen, cover for commercial materials, mouse – chill, chill, chill.
But also very often – polymers, polymers, polymers. It turns out that refrigeration, which we associate mainly with the food industry, is no less a necessary component of the production of polymer elements.
The essence of the polymer industry is heating the semi-finished product to the flow temperature, forming and then controlled cooling of the finished…
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