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spatter

[′spad·ər]
(metallurgy)
Particles of metal expelled during arc or gas welding.
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At that reconstruction, paper was placed in the areas where embers and spatter dropped and it did not ignite when embers and spatter dropped onto it.
During the trial, analyst Dr Stuart James found that some impact spatters on the clothes of Molly, 33, and 67-yearold Thomas Martens showed they were above Jason when he was being hit.
The physician then carefully examined the face mask and counted the visible blood spatters on the eye shield.
An eco-friendly formulation, Spatter-Cote Armor-Xtra Spatter Protection is a proprietary mixture of corrosion inhibitors and non-stick polymers that are applied to equipment surfaces exposed to concrete spatter.
The remains of a blood spatter on the pavement outside Amplifon in Middlesbrough which was damaged when a man allegedly |kicked a window in, damaging the reception area of the shop, inset IAN MCINTYRE
The MeltView Dart-A is designed for remote, up close monitoring of 'dirty' welding processes such as gas metal arc welding (GMAW) that generate high amounts of spatter and metal vapour and are difficult or impossible for humans to access.
com)-- Spatter Guard SRT is made from a 94V0 polyurethane resin that has been specifically formulated to resist against weld spatter without the need of an outer jacket.
They also analyzed blood spatter patterns by conducting their own experiment.
It imparts good sag and spatter resistance along with improved leveling and syneresis control and good color acceptance.
The poster presents 12 different welding problems and defects, ranging from spatter and deformation to crater cracks and slag inclusions.
As confirmed by the independent consultancy Refaconsult, this coating significantly reduces spatter build-up on welding torches, thereby also reducing production costs and saving time.
Washington, May 25 (ANI): In forensic-investigation TV dramas such as CSI, all the minute details of a violent crime can be deduced simply by looking at the pattern of blood spatter.