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pas·si·vate

(pas'i-vāt),
To render less activated, so as to diminish the activation of cells or cell surfaces.
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Available with 3-14 inches flanges, the heaters come in various sheath materials, including 316 passivated SS, steel, copper, and Incoloy 840.
This potentiometer features an electro-less nickel-plated, Ultem 2200, thermoplastic housing with a special milled slot, passivated stainless steel shaft, and a rotational life of 50 million cycles minimum.
We can manufacture units that are polished and passivated to pass the most stringent sanitary standard for product contact surfaces.
Both have a coarse thread and a type 17 point and are made out of a type 305 passivated stainless steel that will not rust, the company says.
All wetted components are manufactured from passivated 316 stainless steel and polished to Ra0.
Produced with zinc-plated steel bodies, passivated against difficult environmental conditions, and stainless steel stems with Viton seals, the valves are supplied in four sizes with port connections of 1/4", 3/8", 1/2" and 3/4 in NPTF or BSPF.
While the fork body is manufactured from steel, with a zinc-plated, blue passivated finish, the circlip and pin version is made according to DIN 71792 specifications with DIN 471 circlip and pin made of zinc plated steel.
All connectors feature captivated center contacts made of gold plated beryllium copper and outer body components made of passivated stainless steel.
Available in 2500 and 4000 pound capacities, these units have a passivated finish and are USDA approved.
With Particle-ALD, ultrafine particles, including nanoparticles, can be passivated, activated, or functionalized.
It is usually passivated with a chemical or electrochemical treatment, applied on leaving the tinning line.