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A type of corrosion in which there is loss of metal in localized areas. The corrosion rate in the pits is many times greater than the corrosion rate on the entire surface. The resultant pits can be la [..]
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A form of extremely localized attack characterized by holes in the metal. Pitting is one of the most destructive and insidious forms of corrosion. Depending on the environment and the material, a pit [..]
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A coating defect consisting of randomly spaced small depressions in the cured film. Pitting is similar to pinholing, except that pits do not expose the bare substrate.
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A form of wear characterized by the presence of surface cavities, the formation of which is attributed to processes such as fatigue, local adhesion, cavitation or corrosion.
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(n) the formation of small pits in a surface as a consequence of corrosion(n) a sizeable hole (usually in the ground)(n) a concavity in a surface (especially an anatomical depression)(n) the hard [..]
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Surface voids caused by corrosion, erosion or cavitation.
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Small cavities in a metal surface by nonuniform electrodeposition or by corrosion.
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a concentrated attack by oxygen or other corrosive chemicals in a boiler, producing a localized depression in the metal surface.
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Corrosion of the metal surface in a vessel often caused by the presence of oxygen.
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Pitting occurs primarily on gears that exhibit excessive flank pressure. It does not result in spontaneous failure. Instead, the tooth flanks break down by means of pitting. Non-hazardous pitting can [..]
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Surface cavities, may be related to fatigue, overload or corrosion.
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Localised corrosion causing small pits to form in metal.
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Areas of corrosion.
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Areas of corrosion.
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Localized corrosion of a metal characterized by small blisters under which holes have perforated the metal.
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Surface irregularities that may develop on Lamp pins, bases, and sockets which affect Lamp-life and socket operation. Tip: Replace pitted lamps and sockets ASAP.
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Pitting is Metal loss causing the formation of small depressions in a metallic surface. Pitting may be the result of sand blasting, mechanical gouging, acid etching or corrosion. See Also: Corrosion
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