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salt bath

[′sȯlt ‚bath]
(metallurgy)
Molten salts in which steel is heated for hardening and tempering.
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I go home, soak my foot in an Epsom salt bath, and rest my right shoulder.
The quenching is in a nitrocarburizing salt bath that gives the treated bolt carrier group scratch and corrosion resistance.
Nitrocarburizing of SAE 2205 duplex stainless steel conducted at 450[degrees]C using salt bath chemical surface treatment.
56mm, Capacity: 30, Barrel Length: 16 inches, Finish: Salt Bath Nitride Finish, Value: $1,799
At the same time, it has upgraded the lifting capacity of its overhead crane, which services all seven pit furnaces, a salt bath and tempering equipment, to 3.
In addition to its traditional Epsom salt bath soaks, the Dr.
All of the barrels in question had been salt bath nitrided, usually under the trade names Melonite or Isonite.
Teal's foaming bath, a bubbly alternative to an Epsom salt bath that provides more benefits than using either a bubble bath or an Epsom salt product by itself.
Once removed from the salt bath, Alan's corpse was wrapped in linen sheets and left for a further three months to complete the mummification process.
The Thermal Spa is one of the main draws at Ragdale, with five treatment rooms - Rose Sauna, Colour Flow Cave, Thought Zone, Scented Room, and Volcanic Salt Bath - and two pools.
From the time potatoes enter the salt bath until they reach the freezer, there is only one operator.
A sea salt bath is a great way to relieve fatigue, and for body relaxation, treatment of various skin diseases and prevention of colds.