unwelded

unwelded

(ʌnˈwɛldɪd)
adj
not welded or joined
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Constructed with welded or unwelded runners, the welded version is ideal for automated warehouse systems.
Tenders are invited for Locking Bolt Consisting Of Three Items: 16 X 240 Long Headed Pin, Washer Of 5 Mm Thickness And 30 Mm Od And A Sealing Run Of Dia 6 X 41 Mm Long In Unwelded Condition To Rdso Drg.
The current literature only reviews the effects of sterilization on unwelded test specimens [10, 12, 13].
A series of analyses was performed on the unwelded and welded materials:
If a postweld heat treatment is not performed, the aluminum in the fusion and heat-affected zones is left in a softer state than the unwelded sections, which makes it susceptible to failures like those seen in our testing [19].
I can only recommend the unwelded versions for those who are skilled welders and really want the challenge associated with completing the receivers themselves.
This is the second anti-dumping move by China against European industry in less than two weeks after a complaint against European companies making unwelded pipes.
In this case, the operator would generally just weld the longitudinal seams, leaving the sleeve ends unwelded.
Six tenders for the supply of (a) different quality & size steel strips, (b) round, square shaped & hexagonal steel bars of different diameter, (c) U shaped steel channels & steel angles in different size, (d) electric welding wire, saws blades, grinding & cutting stones, (e) steel bolts in different length & diameter & (f) iron flanges & unwelded iron pipes.
These tests have suggested that for unsealed or unwelded ducts the joint leakage dominates, as the longitudinal seam leakage is about 10% to 15% of the total duct leakage.
As the 25-1 chance Special Conquest came home first in the handicap chase, Nevison unwelded the mobile from his ear and told me: "I didn't know I had backed that until it passed the post.