corrosive product

corrosive product

[kə′rō·siv ′präd·əkt]
(chemical engineering)
In petroleum refining, a product that contains a quantity of corrosion-inducing compounds in excess of the limits specified for products classified as sweet.
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A coating was applied to a set of punches used to tablet a particularly abrasive and corrosive product (Calcium Gluconate).
Damage or deterioration of liners in pipes carrying corrosive product can lead to rapid localized deterioration of the pipe wall and possible subsequent failure.
Contract awarded for September, 2019 notice for proposal for small-scale purchase of corrosive products (agriculture, water, industrial products)
Today the Government has also announced plans to shortly publish draft guidance on measures in the Offensive Weapons Act that relate to the sale and delivery of corrosive products and knives, and Knife Crime Prevention Orders (KCPOs).
The proposed new laws, which combine both devolved and reserved issues around offensive weapons, will also ban the sale of the most dangerous corrosive products to under 18s, and make it an offence to be in possession of a corrosive substance in public.
A spokesman added: "We will shortly announce our response to last year's consultation on new legislation banning sales of corrosives to under 18s and introducing a new offence for possessing corrosive products in a public space.
The PFTE hoses have become the most popular in the world as they are the most robust available for containing corrosive products such as brake fluid or oil.
The phase angle values remained close to 55[degrees] for #2 and #3, which demonstrated the formation and growth of the corrosive products at middle frequency [19,20].
"Our blow molding specialty is custom packaging for high-value or corrosive products," says Marquette, "such as chemicals for electronics manufacturing or medical sterilization.
Fuels, chemicals, vegetable oils, ethanol and corrosive products are stored at the site.
The final samples were sent for analysis in February, 2011; the resulting report detected copper and oxygen, no corrosive products were found on the samples.
(ii) The use of a means "liable to create a public danger", such as explosive devices, inflammable materials, toxic or corrosive products and infectious or microbial agents.