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imports of corrosion-resistant steel products from the five countries totaled $1.
Fortech develops and manufactures corrosion-resistant water-based paints and coatings for the automotive, recreational-vehicle and allied industries.
The upgraded drive system includes durable polymer sprockets, a corrosion-resistant chain, precision polymer bearing blocks, and a raised chain roller wear strip.
The BMC also has corrosion-resistant properties, allowing it to withstand extended heat exposure and multiple cycles in commercial dishwashers, and provides sound dampening properties that help quiet the clatter often heard in cafeterias or buffet lines.
Those components are housed within a durable, corrosion-resistant aluminum enclosure that does not require external shielding, the company said.
The six automakers are currently procuring almost all corrosion-resistant carbon flat steel products on the U.
The site also contains the new corrosion prevention and control guidebook [see "New Publication Provides Corrosion Precention and Control Guidance" on page 36] that can be used by program managers to help design corrosion-resistant systems before they are fielded.
Maag reports that the viscorex 20-inch gear pump comes standard in cast steel or corrosion-resistant steel and weighs 9900 lbs (approximately 4500 kg).
Unit is constructed with filter housing constructed entirely of FRP and with all internal process-contact surfaces of non-metallic, corrosion-resistant materials.
For severe environmental operating conditions, chemical processing units provide extra protection with a corrosion-resistant epoxy finish, regreasable ball bearings, oversized rotatable cast iron conduit boxes, stainless steel nameplates, and corrosion-resistant hardware.
A version of the starry sky with corrosion-resistant metal components can be used on ceilings of swimming pools.
Aeronautical engineers use titanium because it's strong, lightweight, and corrosion-resistant.