A technique used to control the corrosion of a metal surface by making it the cathode of an electrochemical cell. The simplest method to apply CP is to connect the metal to be protected to a piece of a sacrificial metal, an item that corrodes more readily. The sacrificial metal acts as the anode of the electrochemical cell.
Norton Abrasives: the Fastest Material Removal in the Industry
Norton NorZon® Plus depressed center wheels now utilize a proprietary blend of patented, newest generation Norton SG ceramic alumina and Norton BlueFire™ zirconia alumina abrasives, combined with a high performance bond system for significantly improved grain micro-fracturing. The upgraded line has also been expanded with Norton NorZon Plus Fast Cut™ Depressed Center Wheels, offering the fastest material removal in the industry.
Colors in welds and what they mean - by Josh Welton The variety of colors that can occur in welds might surprise you. Sometimes they are desirable and sometimes not. It all depends on the material, the industry, and the application.
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