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eaten away as by acid or oxidation

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It is a classic example of a car that still looks very good, but is badly corroded underneath.
If the anode rod is corroded, replace it by pulling it out from the top of the tank and inserting a new one.
Buffer assembly: Retainer won't hold; buffer badly corroded, cracked
The first, a Ford Fiesta, was found to be corroded around one sill, have an inefficient hand-brake and corroded brake pipes.
It contains radioactive substances such as manganese-54, cobalt-58 and cobalt-60 that are believed to stem from corroded pipes, Jiji Press reported.
Gulf News readers recently raised concerns about sections of the wiring that had corroded and posed a threat to people strolling along the water's edge.
Sbrogna said he intended to prove the cable corroded and broke because a protective vinyl coating did not extend along its entire length.
Motorists will encounter temporary lane closures and delays on the Highway 43 bridge over the Mississippi River in Winona while crews continue to repair corroded areas of the bridge, according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation.
The car failed on a number of things such as headlamp alignment, exhaust emissions, unequal braking and corroded rear brake pipes.
All the specimens were tested in flexure after corrosion and the results showed that un corroded beams failed in flexure; while corroded beams exhibited a shear-bond failure at a load range of 67-95% as compared to un corroded beams.
Leaks from two corroded oil pipes in 2006 caused half of Prudhoe Bay to shut down for weeks, temporarily slowing the flow of oil revenue to the state.
The process is one which uses hazardous chemicals and the escape happened because the pipe was corroded.
The explosive isobutane (LPG) was mixed with 150 kilos of toxic hydrogen fluoride (HF) when it escaped from a corroded pipe at the Stanlow petro-chemical plant in Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, in May 2003.
He told the judge, Lord Hardie: "The cause of the explosion was the ignition of petroleum gas in a pipeline which over the years had corroded.
THE explosion which killed nine workers at the Stockline plastics factory was caused when petroleum gas caught fire in a corroded pipe, a court heard yesterday.