(redirected from Resorcinol-Formaldehyde-Latex)
RFLRelay For Life (American Cancer Society fundraiser)
RFLRugby Football League (UK)
RFLReason For Living
RFLRestoring Family Links
RFLRoyalty Free License
RFLRecent File List
RFLRoad Fund Licence (UK tax)
RFLRequest for Leave
RFLRestrictive Fire Line
RFLRobot Fighting League
RFLResistance Fault Locator
RFLradiofrequency lesioning (pain management)
RFLRevue Francophone des Laboratoires (French medical magazines)
RFLRequired Fitness Level
RFLResorcinol-Formaldehyde-Latex (chemical system used to bond polyester or nylon to rubber)
RFLRoommate for Life
RFLResident Faculty Leader (West Virginia University)
RFLRevolution Fight League (martial arts)
RFLRegistered Foreign Lawyer (UK)
RFLRosario Football League (Argentina)
RFLReflections Records
RFLRestricted Frequency List (US DoD)
RFLRadio Fréquence Luynes (French radio station)
RFLRandom Fatigue Limit
RFLResearch for Life
RFLReady For Lunch?
RFLReally Freaking Loud (Polite Form)
RFLRegulatory Functions Levy (Australia)
RFLRestricted Flammable Liquid
RFLResponse Force Leader (US DoD)
RFLReally Freaking Lame (polite form)
RFLRadio Fréquence Laon (French radio station)
RFLRebel Football League (fantasy football)
RFLRight Fuel Level
RFLRéunion Fruits et Légumes (French produce company)
RFLRossbrook Football League (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada)
RFLRavalement de Façades Lyonnaises (French home renovation company)
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Since 1935, resorcinol-formaldehyde-latex (RFL) has been used to promote the cord/rubber adhesion.
This product is said to be well suited for use in conjunction with standard resorcinol-formaldehyde-latex (RFL) aqueous adhesive systems to promote adhesion to polyester tire cord and fabrics.
Classical textile reinforcing materials like rayon and nylon possess polar surfaces, so sufficient adhesion between such materials and rubber is usually obtained by dipping textiles in a resorcinol-formaldehyde-latex (RFL) suspension.
rayon and nylon, sufficient rubber adhesion is achieved by treating and curing the fiber reinforcement with a resorcinol-formaldehyde-latex (RFL) dip prior to its incorporation in the rubber matrix.
The classical way to obtain good adhesion between rayon or nylon to rubber is to dip the cords in a resorcinol-formaldehyde-latex (RFL) suspension.