loose metal

loose metal

n
NZ shingle on a road
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Material To Come In A Substantially Built Wooden Crate, Free Of Protruding Nails Or Loose Metal
Any loose metal device in an MRI environment may get pulled towards the magnet, and could cause serious injury or damage.
Damage was caused to trees in Linthorpe while part of Corporation Road in Middlesbrough town centre was cordoned off amid concerns of loose metal sheeting.
Abel Recon used a 3,000 psi pressure washer to remove rust, loose metal, dirt or organic material.
To show what the prototype can do, a camera observed a pair of workers helping each other drill into a loose metal plate and measured the distances between the tools and work surface, while feedback from sensors on the workers' bodies tracked their movements.
The consequences, in addition to a chip exceeding its safe operating temperature, could be loose metal heat sinks in the ATCA enclosure.
It runs down to approximately 4 feet and emits a steady "tom-tom" beat from a single heavy metal ball affixed to a loose metal plate inside.
Mr Humphrey worked to defuse by hand a device made of gas cylinders, petrol and loose metal outside a London nightclub.
Burglars broke into seven or eight portable classrooms, prying loose metal security-window grates, and stole laptop computers and projectors.
But her latest operation has fixed the loose metal plates in her jaw so Estelle can open her mouth wide enough to sing high notes.
Given the selection of the press, Dalton then finished its plan to include robotic loading of the equipment, automatic unload onto a conveyor shot blast machine to remove loose metal shavings, cosmetic touch-up of the trimmed surfaces and an automatic rust inhibitor application taking the finished castings to their packaging location--all with no manpower from the robotic loading up to the packaging point.
Passengers are being advised to do three things in order to speed up the process: these are putting loose metal objects and electronics in carryon bags; taking laptops out of cases; and removing coats and jackets.