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metallize

[′med·əl‚īz]
(engineering)
To coat or impregnate a metal or nonmetal surface with a metal, as by metal spraying or by vacuum evaporation.

metallize

To apply a coating of metal on a base material, usually by spraying the coating metal in a molten state.
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The multi-frequency option is available where production lines must cater for both metallized and non metallized packaging.
All other variables having been removed (like recognizable labels of national brand name products), participants chose products with metallized labels by the following margins: peach jam +26.
However, by using a uniquely patterned, newly patented metallized film/paper substrate in the packaging structure, processors are able to effectively avoid these pitfalls.
For Imaging Systems: Metallized ceramics for use in X-ray equipment.
8 million expansion project, on which the company recently broke ground and where Metallized Carbon will manufacture products for its Metcar aerospace materials division.
In autumn last year, AR Metalizing, based in Belgium, acquired Vacumet, of Franklin, Mass, producer of metallized paper, including holographic paper, which has accordingly changed its name.
Metallized Carbon's custom vanes, rotors and end plates are suited for use in rotary vane pumps--those that pump both liquids and gases.
Bright metallized label and designs also available.
The construction principle of the Snubber MKP series includes a double metallized capacitor electrode with internal series connection whereas the Snubber FKP is designed with metal foil electrodes that are internal series connected and combined with a single metallized electrode carrier.
Avon chose Risdon-AMS, Danbury, CT, to produce the custom molded, metallized cap for its Memorable fragrance.
Chase Corporation has developed a deeply embossed metallized film laminate with the look of fabric for use in a variety of products that require a radiant barrier.