wiping effect

wiping effect

[′wīp·iŋ i‚fekt]
(metallurgy)
Activation of a metal surface by mechanically rubbing or wiping to enhance the formation of a conversion coating.
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A microfiber cloth has a dirt wiping effect laminated on one side of the resin film and a polymer sheet laminated on another side of the resin film The polymer sheet comprises fine bubbles on a surface to provide a suction effect.
The V-shaped wheel circumference produces a wiping effect which cleans up automatically while rotating on the track's sliding surface.
Low normal force contacts minimize solder ball deformation and when each contact interfaces with the solder ball there is a very slight wiping effect that minimizes tin lead build-up on the contacts, maximizing life cycles.