crushed steel

crushed steel

[¦krəsht ′stēl]
(materials)
An abrasive used in the stone, brick, glass, and metal trades, made by heating high-grade crucible steel to white heat, quenching in a bath of cold water, and crushing the fragments.
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Whereas, steel grits are crushed steel shots with angular shapes and more hardness.
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In Untitled, two stools support another horizontal piece of crushed steel, a hint of the architectonics in Escu/pidoras II, with its.
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