hard-surface

hard-surface

[′härd ¦sər·fəs]
(civil engineering)
To treat a ground surface in order to prevent muddiness.
(metallurgy)
References in classic literature ?
There was not even a hard-surface road in the thirteen United States until 1794; nor even a postage stamp until 1847, the year in which Alexander Graham Bell was born.
This dilutes the hard-surfacing material with base metal and reduces its anti-galling properties by contaminating the hard-surface material with iron.
It turns out it should have detected more than 10 of them, if the hard-surface theory is true," Lu said in the statement.
Once they knew what to look for, the team figured out how often this should be seen in the nearby universe, if the hard-surface theory is true.
Hell discuss the shrinking list of raw materials approved by regulators and third party influencers, and why thats challenging for formulators who want to create powerful, yet sustainable hard-surface cleaners.
Applications: Floor finishes and polishes, Hard-surface cleaners
demand for hard-surface flooring is projected to increase by 3.
Developed by Lees Carpets as an alternative to hard-surface flooring, NeoFloor[TM] combines the advantages of carpet with the ease of maintenance of hard surfaces.
According to the research, hard-surface flooring is expected to gain significant market share from carpets and rugs going forward.
In the Denver metropolitan area, tree cover increased from 4 to 6 percent, while hard-surface coverage increased from 30 to 39 percent.
The hard-surface floor business, incorporating tile, stone and terrazzo, is a complicate says, but he and his partner have had to be flexible to turn their small, local tile business large exporter of stone and tile products.
It occurs almost exclusively in white teens and young adults who participate in hard-surface athletics such as tennis, basketball, handball, and squash.