acid cleaning

acid cleaning

[′as·əd ′klēn·iŋ]
(engineering)
The use of circulating acid to remove dirt, scale, or other foreign matter from the interior of a pipe.
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The company's manufacturing processes include hydrochloric acid cleaning and coating, wire drawing, electro-galvanising, aluminising, and continuous coil annealing.
These are notoriously difficult to clean and are normally cleaned by jet washing or acid cleaning which are very labour intensive and time consuming.
Passivation: An acid cleaning process designed to remove free iron from the surface of corrosion resistant steels.
When those four months were up, I thought 'there's not a cat in hell's chance I'm going back to that.' The winter after, I worked with my dad for six months at American Air Filters, basic labouring, acid cleaning of housings with jet washes.
- A series of tests using industry standard acid cleaning followed by ashing analysis produced concentrates grading to 99.7% C.
They will probably suggest an acid cleaning treatment.
Ask about the cleaning method to be used and never allow your horn to be submitted to an acid cleaning. It pains my soul to see horn players labor away with inefficient, leaking valves simply because they paid for an inexpensive
Peelable masking resins are perhaps the most versatile and have been qualified for surface protection in processes such as grit blasting, shot peening, acid cleaning, plating and anodized coatings.
The researchers created the synthetic nano diamonds through a detonation process and isolated them from the carbon graphite matrix using acid cleaning and ultrasound.