stripped surface

stripped surface

[′stript ′sər·fəs]
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The backdrop to art at the Palais is an adaptable stripped surface on which artists and curators can experiment freely, with no misgivings about the physical effects of previous or future activity.
Dicaire said that at some point in the future, CAE plans to adapt the semiautomated system by adding other end-effector units capable of inspecting or polishing the stripped surface.
Once all the paint is removed, an anticorrosive or primer coating is applied to protect the stripped surfaces from exposure to the saltwater environment if the aircraft will remain at North Island for a lengthy period.
The cleaner will bring the stripped surfaces back to a fresh, bright wood look.