vitreous enamel


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vitreous enamel

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Nexus, which owns and runs the network, said the bike racks at the station had been "destroyed", and there was also some damage to the station's vitreous enamel panels.
This year we have added the following headings to make the classified buyers' guide more comprehensive: "Asbestos stripping and Vitreous enamel products".
The company has added vitreous enamel coating line equipment to this facility.
All facets of this reference (including the title phrase's placement on the magazine's cover by the feminist artist Marguerite Zorach) prove apposite for Muller, whose prints, drawings, and expanded painting practice--encompassing paint on canvas, vitreous enamel panels, jewelry, quilts, and woven rugs--simultaneously look back to modernist precedents and reflect outward to the type of heterotopic and queer communal ideals she helped foster in the journal-based artist collective LTTR.
Enamelling is the art of coating the surface of gold and silver with vitreous enamel (made from molten glass) of different colours in an intricate design pattern.
The use of vitreous enamel coatings to improve bonding and improve corrosion in concrete reinforcing steel and stay--in place forms at army installations", DOD Corrosion Conf.
Manufactured to the highest standard in heavy spun steel, vitreous enamel and cast-aluminium, the pendants are made in Birmingham and available in white, grey and black.
have invented a Corrosion-Resistant Vitreous Enamel Coating for Bonding Concrete to Steel that reduces the susceptibility of steel to rust and corrosion by at least 50%, and increases the bond strength between steel and concrete by 3 to 5 times.
Mural at Eglinton subway station, Toronto, vitreous enamel, 18 x 20 feet, 1976
Vitreous enamel would probably have been just as appealing to him as oil paint, whilst in a number of drawings he adopts a hard, slick, caricaturist's line, which is difficult to love.