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abradant

[ə′brād·ənt]
(geology)
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A Taber H38 nonresilient vitrified clay-carborundum abradant was used during the whole study [25].
The grit of the abrasive-whether coarse or fine-the amount of contact and the differential speed between nonwovens and abradant all greatly affect the end result.
According to the company, the adjustable stroke length, speed, load and wide selection of abradant materials allows users to customize test parameters to simulate actual-use conditions.