millscale


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millscale

(ˈmɪlˌskeɪl)
n
(Metallurgy) a scale or coating of iron oxide that forms on heated iron or steel on contact with air
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Our focus in the Victorian Market has been on recovery of iron from millscale due to its availability and outstanding performance in our Matmor process.
Protection Stringent marine regulations now prohibit the disposal during commissioning of millscale and rust debris into the sea, which has wide ranging implications.
It claimed that the amount of millscale and corrosion products was reduced and that extra pigging would have been required in the absence of an internal lining.
bits; fibres); rust; millscale; oxidised layers from welding processes.
It is only really even remotely practicable when the substrate is otherwise free of millscale or rust and the process involves wiping on with one cloth and wiping off the grease solution with another.
The steel panels initially presented intact millscale (grade A of Swedish standard SIS 055900).
Millscale, wax deposits, weld beads, and long seam trim zones are among some of the internal surface features that will be visible from a high resolution deformation data set.
Anomaly repairs involved replacement of a single joint of pipe or a portion of a joint with an millscale, rust, iron oxides, other metals and minerals), in addition to varied amounts of organic deposits (i.e., crude oil residue, paraffin, asphaltines, maltenes, etc.).