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galvanize

[′gal·və‚nīz]
(metallurgy)
To deposit zinc on the surface of iron or steel by the processes of hot dipping, sherardizing, or sometimes electroplating.

galvanize

To coat steel or iron with zinc, as, for example, by immersing it in a bath of molten zinc.
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Success stories range from luxury sports car manufacturer Aston Martin and armoured car maker NP Aerospace, to galvaniser B E Wedge and construction equipment maker JCB.
Nevertheless Medway Galvanising--in harmony with the world's zinc processors--has made strenuous efforts to reduce emissions and cut energy consumption, possibly becoming the first galvaniser in England to be licensed under the stringent Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control (IPPC) regulations.
Il y a fort a craindre que les actuelles frappes continuent a galvaniser Daech.
They found John Grady, galvaniser, who resides in another room in the same house, lying on the floor with a wound in the left side near the hip.
These will improve the corrosion resistance and operational temperature tolerance, giving the galvaniser exactly what he requires to satisfy today's stringent demands.
Ce n'est pas le meme visage que celui de l'equipe qu'on avait affrontee la saison passee [beaucoup plus grand que], analyse Carteron qui prone, par la suite, un langage de guerrier, histoire de galvaniser ses joueurs indiquant que [beaucoup moins que] s'il faut mourir sur le terrain, on le fera [beaucoup plus grand que].
Wandering in and out of the impressionistic fairly ugly set (graffiti, girders and gloom) come drag queens, lesbians and those whose bodies seem to be plugged in to some electronic galvaniser which twitches them frenziedly in and out of one set of songs after another.
Pour Mehdi Mostefa, qui n'a pu aller u terme du match pour cause de blessure, tout le merite revient aux supporters qui ont su les galvaniser.
A leading galvaniser recently replaced their gas fired tank heater with a non corrodable Nautilus heater from Braude.
Metnor Group, the Geordie galvaniser which was foiled in a bid to buy Black Country engineer Ash & Lacy last year, is confident of growth potential.
Mais, Faid Bilel a su galvaniser ses troupes qui reussirent a reduire l'ecart a 2 points (44-46) a moins de 3 minutes de la fin du 3e quart-temps.
That is why Ash & Lacey shut up shop since Tyneside's Metnor is the country's third largest galvaniser behind it with Hill & Smith not far behind.