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peeling

[′pēl·iŋ]
(materials)
Stripping or detaching a rubber coating from a metal, cloth, or other material.
Pulling a layer of material away from another layer, breaking one row of bonds at a time.

peeling

1. A process in which thin flakes of mortar are broken away from a concrete surface, as by deterioration or by adherence of surface mortar to forms as they are removed.
2. A defect in a paint film or plaster finish which causes the film or finish to lose its adhesion to the substrate, so that it can be removed in strips.
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In experiments with more than 6,000 field-ripened Roma-style (sometimes called "plum") tomatoes, USDA scientist and ASABE member Zhongli Pan and his industry and university colleagues have shown that using infrared heating to simplify removal of the tomatoes' tight-fitting peels may offer advantages over other peeling technologies.
In a study published in 2014, the researchers showed that peel-related loss, measured by comparing the tomato's weight before and after peeling, was about 8% to 13% with infrared heating, and about 13% to 16% with sodium hydroxide-based peeling.
the originators of professional glycolic acid peels, introduces NeoStrata ProSystem Peels, a complete Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA) superficial peeling system created to give physicians customizable options for skin rejuvenation treatments that can be tailored to meet individual patient needs.
8% concentration of glycolic acid, which gently smoothes, resurfaces and tones your face without the skin tightening and peeling off.
Each component of the system is formulated with soothing and calming antioxidants to support the pure and effective peeling agents.
HEPRO GmbH, Germany has introduced an industrial peeling machine of type HSM 6000 and HSM 9000.
Rust-Oleum has introduced Zinsser Peel Stop Triple Thick High Build Binding Primer, an interior/exterior primer specially formulated to lock down peeling paint and seal weathered surfaces.
According to Marimuthu, the innovative man, his machine can help farmers avoid the risks involved in peeling off fibres by iron rods and can be performed by any abled body.
Potato processors using tandem Heat and Control Batch Peelers in a two-stage process achieve greater peeling control and cleaner fryer operation.
Apply an even layer with the mini mask brush and relax for 20 minutes before peeling off.
APPLICATION: Paper surface strength--an important property influencing coating, printing, and converting--can be reliably measured by this simple procedure based on peeling tapes from paper surfaces.
The discipline of the kitchen, doing things absolutely the perfect way, from peeling a carrot to cooking an egg in the morning, no technique went unmentioned," he continues.