water blasting

water blasting

The cutting or abrading of an exterior surface by a stream of water ejected from a nozzle at high velocity.
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The solution helps the plant avoid downtime and eliminate the potential for water blasting to cause lumps of material to fall into the kiln feed and interfere with production.
We think the Vela pulsar is like a rotating garden sprinkler -- except with the water blasting out at over half the speed of light," said Martin Durant of the University of Toronto in Canada, who is the first author of the paper describing these results.
Dyneema is not only the strongest material, but also the lightest, to be used in suits to protect operators using water jets operating at up to 2000 bar in hydro demolition and water blasting applications," DSM Dyneema said following the agreement.
A spire of water blasting into the air from the lake beneath Genevan scenery is fantastic, with the beautiful lake fed by the River Rhone forming a backdrop also featuring snow-capped mountains, even in the summer.
6 1pm) of ultra-high pressure water for precision waterjet cutting, water blasting, cleaning and surface preparation applications.
TM] xenon laser/low pressure carbon dioxide system, carbon dioxide pellet cryogenic blasting, liquid nitrogen cryogenic blasting, fluidized bed stripping, crystalline ice blasting, and high-and medium-pressure water blasting.
uk for this great online reduction and cool off in the sun with some water blasting.
Where the lining was partially or fully worn away, the crew used abrasive and high-pressure water blasting to prepare the surface for better adhesion.
Deputy Prime Minister Ilya Klebanov said most of the crew died instantly when the hull ruptured last Saturday, sending thousands of gallons of Arctic water blasting through the main control areas.
This method of obtaining cheap raw material by water blasting meat remnants from butchered carcases is now banned.