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  • noun a very hard alloy of cobalt and chromium with cobalt as the principal ingredient; used to make cutting tools and for surfaces subject to heavy wear

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Examples

  • The stellite is a hard face coating to prevent wear and erosion:

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  • I didnt mention antarctica because the data there, previous to modern stellite data, is very very sparse.

    Letter to NAS « Climate Audit

  • The titular doctor, a mysterious figure from another time and place, recruits two Frenchmen to accompany him on the first trip to Mars in his rocket clad in gravity-defying "stellite."

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • When using biogas to fuel spark-ignition (gasoline) engines, use non-rotating valves with stellite-faced and induction hardened valve seats to prevent valve and seat recession.

    Chapter 15

  • I wish our Government get rid of contacts on cellular phones, cable tv and stellite companies.

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  • In various UK aerospace applications, RK and Robbi have engineered solutions such as the grinding of stellite bearings, ceramic materials and demanding gearbox motor shafts destined for helicopters.

    Manufacturingtalk - manufacturing industry news

  • 'Red Bull Racing regularly machines a diverse range of materials from aluminium through magnesium and steel to stellite alloys and composites,' said Richard Watkins, managing director of DMG (UK).

    Manufacturingtalk - manufacturing industry news

  • I wish our Government get rid of contacts on cellular phones, cable tv and stellite companies.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Explore the same global stellite and aerial imagery available in the desktop version of Google Earth, including high-resolution im ...

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  • Both the 140 HP engines and the Turbocharged engines had many special quality features not shared with lesser Corvairs - Moly insert top rings, stellite tips and faces on the valves, a Tufftrided (cold gas hardened) crankshaft, and Delco Moraine '400′ aluminum engine bearings - the quality of the 140HP Corvair engine for materials is directly comparable to the Rolls Royce V8 of that era, item for item.

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