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descaling

[dē′skāl·iŋ]
(engineering)
Removing scale, usually oxides, from the surface of a metal or the inner surface of a pipe, boiler, or other object.

descaling

Removing scale, 8 that forms on the inside of hot water heaters, boilers, etc.
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Other applications include acid washing package boilers and descaling large plate and tubed heat exchangers without the need for dismantling.
Gravimetric analyses of each stent after laser-cutting, acid descaling and electropolishing was performed by an electronic analytical balance (Citizen CX-265, Germany, and Accuracy: 0.
Wire rod mechanical descaling and surface preparation in a drawing line became widely popular in Europe and the USA to process low carbon wire rod of up to 18.
At the same time, non-chemical descaling systems, like Freshwater's, are the least available among all currently available treatment technologies.
And it's not just your kettle than needs descaling.
ZENA SAYS: Look at the manufacturer's instructions first, Helena, as some irons do their own descaling.
This has a function to control the strength of your coffee and has automatic descaling to ensure tip-top service cup after cup.
Also introducing descaling unit with chemical descaling agent and corrosion inhibitor for water and steam units, as well as a system cleaner for hot-oil controllers.
And white vinegar beat market leader Oust at descaling kettles - but they had to be boiled and emptied several times to get rid of the vinegar smell, in the Which?
This system is designed for overall descaling, surface preparation, and cosmetic finishing of components, and can individually process a dozen components per load.
Key applications include descaling, shot peening, surface preparation, cosmetic finishing, and blast cleaning of hefty castings, fabrications, and machined components.
The Model RXS-800 compact indexing spindle-blast machine is capable of highly repeatable results in automated impact treatment operations such as shot peening, deburring, surface preparation, descaling, and cosmetic finishing, says manufacturer Guyson Corp.