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Synonyms for descale

remove the scales from

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The mechanical equipment of the rolling mill comprises the descaler for billets and blooms, 16 RedRing rolling stands, a 102 meter long cooling table, straightener units and a cold cutting area.
Dezcal Activated Descaler--Designed to breakdown and remove the mineral build-up that can impact the performance of your coffeemaker, Dezcal is a citric acid based, non-toxic, biodegradable descaler solution used to decalcify brewers, espresso machines, pod and capsule machines.
Bioguard BIO 040 Descaler Powder now available in handy packs of single-use 50g sachets from Abbeychart is an effective food-safe product that simplifies removing scale deposits from water drinks dispenser boilers, pipes and componets.
The worm is adapted from a descaler used to scrape rust.
Malt vinegar is a surface cleaner, stain remover, descaler, a mild disinfectant, deodorises and cuts through grease.
Bullard says the drives are used throughout the mill on caster rolls, both sides of the reheat trait, the descaler, in finishing and in other areas.
Two males, 14 and 16 years old, while working in a job-training situation, mixed together bleach (toxicity category I), a Jime descaler (hydroxyacetic/phosphoric acid mixture), and a detergent to clean the walls of a gym shower.
THESE days the simple solution is to use a descaler, available from hardware departments.
Often the scale and buildup can be removed with a descaler Also, when using hard water, mills can add a chemical dispersant to the seal water to keep calcium carbonate in solution.
Remove them by scraping the fish from tail to head using a blunt, thick-bladed knife, a special descaler or even a scallop shell.
29; Waitrose washing machine descaler (250g) pounds 1.
One of the most recent examples is Ultrax metal conditioner 257, a near-neutral descaler solution that removes weld scale, light oxide and other impurities from steel surfaces and preconditions galvanised steel, white metal, aluminium and other non-ferrous metals prior to pretreatment with zinc-phosphate and other thin-film pretreatments.
The two knitting-needle-like appendages of the worm can be made to stutter around in a small radius, creating a wormhole, or attack a wider area to mimic rotten wood, The worm is adapted from a descaler used to scrape rust.