hard iron

hard iron

[′härd ¦ī·ərn]
(metallurgy)
Iron or steel which is not readily magnetized by induction, but which retains a high percentage of the magnetism acquired.
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There were men, too, of a sturdier texture of mind than his, and endowed with a far greater share of shrewd, hard iron, or granite understanding; which, duly mingled with a fair proportion of doctrinal ingredient, constitutes a highly respectable, efficacious, and unamiable variety of the clerical species.
For new Super T Series pump applications, complete pump units are available in Gorman-Rupp Hard Iron and cast iron materials.
They removed the safe from its place and just broke it - not with fire or heat, maybe with a hammer or some hard iron.
But Sting's songs were about unique and unlikely individuals and life as it really is, as a constant process of bending hard iron.
Euroflo recommend heavy duty hard iron pumps for dredging pumps applications.
The shell's stiff inner layer of aragonite is sheathed in a thick layer of squishy organics, which is again covered by a stiff outer layer of hard iron sulfide-based scales.
The hard iron centrifugal mixing pump (with mechanical shaft seal) is driven by an electric start diesel engine oran electric motor(s).
Cameron Compression Systems, a leader in the design and manufacture of large reciprocating and centrifugal compression equipment, announced that it now offers electrolytic hard iron plating (trade name CL2000[TM]) for the protection and restoration of large-bore integral engine power cylinders.
They give no inclination No clues upon their face A cold hard iron giant To him it's just another place Imagine in a thousand years Some archaeologist may write These Scouser blokes were really hard To stand out here all night
The corrosion resistant coating works by creating an amorphus hard iron phosphate layer, or alloy, on steel to make it passive.
The ENVIROPRIME system extends the life of the pump by separating air and water and uses hard iron components and high efficiency impellers to reduce operating costs.
Document and correlate your chill results (too much chill depth means hard iron, too little indicates soft iron) to actual casting results and any thermal analysis data you might gather.