fine grain

fine grain

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See that it’s the fine grain; you’ll know it by the gloss and the price.”
“It’s a fine grain, gal, and I think twill carry lead further than common.
A scent of pine-wood from a tentlike pile of planks outside the open door mingled itself with the scent of the elder-bushes which were spreading their summer snow close to the open window opposite; the slanting sunbeams shone through the transparent shavings that flew before the steady plane, and lit up the fine grain of the oak panelling which stood propped against the wall.
After the first month of elevage, the fine grain American oak barrels continued to provide the wine with between 0.029 mg/L and 0.038 mg/L of oxygen daily for the remainder of the year.
Fine grain stainless steel, as the name implies, has a finer grain structure than standard stainless steel (1 to 2pm, versus 10 to 25pm, respectively).
Sample with solution annealed temperature of 950[degrees]C shows a fine grain structure with average size of 50.04 [micro]m as shown in Figure 1 (a).
i-SAC 387 contains cobalt for improved melting, shiny solder joints, fine grain microstructure.
The wheels are offered with coarse, medium, fine, and very fine grain sizes.
We also still have the gradient transition, the one-piece construction and the fine grain that we are looking for in the shaft area.
R.I., TP Licocene PE MA 4351 is offered as a fine grain or granule.
The sludge processing method sorts out efficiently impure substances, including pulp short-fibers and ink chemicals, to produce inorganic chemicals in fine grain forms and it ensures whiteness comparable to conventional clay-based inorganic additives.
The company has developed Japan's first sludge processing method by which to sort out efficiently impure substances including pulp shot-fibers and ink chemicals to produce inorganic chemicals in fine grain forms, while ensuring whiteness comparable to conventional clay-based inorganic additives.