precoat

precoat

[¦prē′kōt]
(metallurgy)
In casting, thin coating of refractory slurry applied to an expendable wax or plastic pattern as a base for the application of the main slurry.
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Dombek is currently the president of the company's Precoat Metals business.
Valspar provided a Fluropon coating for the Cor-Ten AZP color that was applied in a three-coat process by Precoat Metals to create a unique, rusted and desert-inspired appearance to embrace the campus' Native American roots, while providing the metal with advanced protection against the elements.
In reality the precoat filter, unless it's opened, cleaned, and a new filter aid added, will be saturated within few days and lose its functionality in removing dirt and suspended solids from the system.
Water filtration practices; including slow sand filters and precoat filtration.
25m bid for the remaining businesses of up-for-sale Precoat International, which employs 250 people in Wales.
The deal to buy Precoat will see Corus take on two operations in South Wales employing 250 staff.
Corus has announced its intention to acquire Precoat, one of the leading independent precoated steel service centres in the UK.
Both companies were owned by Precoat, one of the leading pre-coated steel service centres in the UK.
These grades may be used as a support mechanism for cake filtration with loose filter aid in precoat applications or for the retention of loose filter aid when used as body feed.
The filter is available with the unique digital, automatic knife advance system (AKAS) for use on precoat applications, as well as the standard scraper blade discharge option.
Star Systems Filtration has combined a heavy-duty Star Filter with custom-engineered precoat and body feed equipment to supply complete filtration systems for difficult applications such as broths, brines, sauces, syrups and oils.
An optional electronic-cell precoat, combined with a media prefilter, provides even greater efficiency and loading capacity.