corrosive product

corrosive product

[kə′rō·siv ′präd·əkt]
(chemical engineering)
In petroleum refining, a product that contains a quantity of corrosion-inducing compounds in excess of the limits specified for products classified as sweet.
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Damage or deterioration of liners in pipes carrying corrosive product can lead to rapid localized deterioration of the pipe wall and possible subsequent failure.
standardized means of containment" if filled with ammonia or any other corrosive product regulated by the TDG Act and Regulations.
Fuels, chemicals, vegetable oils, ethanol and corrosive products are stored at the site.
The final samples were sent for analysis in February, 2011; the resulting report detected copper and oxygen, no corrosive products were found on the samples.
ii) The use of a means "liable to create a public danger", such as explosive devices, inflammable materials, toxic or corrosive products and infectious or microbial agents.
The Lebanese criminal code defines terrorist acts as "all acts intended to cause a state of terror and committed by means liable to create a public danger such as explosive devices, inflammable materials, toxic or corrosive products and infectious or microbial agents," AFP reported.
For this particular project, involving processing of highly aggressive and corrosive products like chilli pepper, the kettles and piping were made of a special alloy resistant to corrosion.
By the surface condition of the SnZn solder following the various tests, it was found that corrosive substances in the environment (such as sulfur and chlorine) reacted with zinc in the solder to form corrosive products on the surface of the solder.
But highly radioactive materials and corrosive products were slowly leaking into the base of the works.
In addition to propane, LPG may contain butane, ethane, but also some unfavorable impurities that can ultimately form corrosive products.