abrader


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Noun1.abrader - a tool or machine used for wearing down or smoothing or polishingabrader - a tool or machine used for wearing down or smoothing or polishing
abrading stone - a primitive stone artifact (usually made of sandstone) used as an abrader
steel-wool pad - abrader consisting of a pad of steel wool used for polishing or smoothing
tool - an implement used in the practice of a vocation
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A load of 500 g on each arm and abrader wheel H-10 was used, in accordance with the standard.
From DIN abrader test results, MEG-CB--loaded SSBR compound shows lowest mass loss among the nanofiller-loaded composites.
corrosion test (FLTM B1 1223-01) Gravelometer 5A (GM) Abrasion 40,000 cycles in Taber Abrader.
His father Rupp Abrader Thana Magyar, 36, says: "His fame has spread across Nepal and into India.
His father Rupp Abrader Thana Magyar added: "His fame has spread across Nepal and into India.
Abrasion resistance of the coating was determined using a Taber abrader (CS-10 wheels, 1000 g weight, 1000 cycles).
The new Benz DIN Abrader (DIN 2200) from Benz Materials Testing Instruments features a digital speed adjustment and test timer for more detailed and accurate testing.
It's a fully automated machine shop, outfitted with the latest in computer-controlled machinery including CNC drills, a fully automatic welding machine, wheel abrader, three-quarter inch plate rolling machine and three-inch shear for doing structural steel.
This is done with the sandstone abrader, by rubbing the sharp edge of the spall until it is somewhat flat and dull.
The soil and abrader sediment samples were particle-size analysed by Coulter Multisizer (Lines 1992) within the range 2-600 [micro]m according to the method of McTainsh et al.
The arthroscope is placed in the proximal medial portal and an abrader in the anterolateral portal to resect the anterior three-fourths of the head and 2 mm to 3 mm of the neck.