chilled roll

chilled roll

[′child ′rōl]
(metallurgy)
A roll consisting of an outer hard layer of white (chilled) iron with a middle transitional layer of mottled iron and a core of full gray iron.
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Once dough is chilled roll out with a rolling pin on a floured table to a flat 2cm thickness.
The EZCure-CR combines the reliability of a standard EZCure EB with the added benefit of a chilled roll integrated into the EB and the printing press," states ESI's General Manager, Edward Maguire.
The widowed father of Jacqui and Elizabeth, he will be remembered for his long career in the steel industry which started with an apprenticeship at 16 at the British Chilled Roll and Engineering Company at Haverton Hill.
The process consists of extruding a thin film of molten polymer from a slot die, stretching it through an air gap and then cooling it on a chilled roll, as schematically illustrated in Fig.
We describe film casting onto a chilled roll for producing film.
The throughput of the extruder was fixed while the speed of the chilled roll was varied to set the draw ratio, i.
When a melt, extruded at 260 [degrees] C, was instead cast onto a chilled roll, the films became hazy with cooling.
Thus, in the film casting experiments, DMDBS phase separates from iPP as the film cools in air while proceeding toward the chilled rolls.
Union Electric Steel Corporation has bought three UK-based companies, including Ipswich firm Turner Chilled Rolls.
Before baking, let chilled rolls stand, covered, 20 minutes at room temperature.
Bake rolls, uncovered, in preheated 375-degree oven until golden brown, allowing 20 to 25 minute for unc1hilled rolls and 25 to 30 minutes for chilled rolls.
The retired technical export sales director started work from school as a trainee metallurgist at British Chilled Rolls, which eventually became Davy and United Roll Foundry at Haverton Hill.