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Kyanized
Kyanize Ky"an*ize, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Kyanized; p. pr. & vb. n. Kyanizing.] [From Mr. Kyan, the inventor of the process.] To render (wood) proof against decay by saturating with a solution of corrosive sublimate in open tanks, or under pressure.

Meaning of Kyanized from wikipedia

- chloride over them. It finds minor use in tanning, and wood was preserved by kyanizing (soaking in mercuric chloride). Mercuric chloride was one of the three...
- after John Howard Kyan, who patented this process in England in 1833, Kyanizing consists of steeping wood in a 0.67% mercuric chloride preservative solution...
- obtain stone for the locks, engineers built composite locks, sometimes of kyanized wood. In 1843, the Potomac Aqueduct Bridge was built near the present-day...
- pioneered the cure for cholera through Intravenous therapy 1832: The Kyanizing process for preserving wood, created by John Howard Kyan. 1834: The game...
- U.S. – Kevlar John Howard Kyan (1774–1850), Ireland – The process of Kyanization used for wood preservation Dmitry Lachinov (1842–1902), Russia – mercury...
- lock. The wood sheathing had to be replaced from time to time. Originally kyanized wood was used. Ellwood Morris, the ****istant Engineer, suggested using...
- rot was an early maintenance evil. By 1841 a surface treatment called Kyanizing was found to be helpful, but used a toxic mercury compound for wood preservation...
- pp. 170, 175–178 Timperley, J. (1842). "Description of the Tanks for Kyanizing the Timber for the Permanent Way of the Hull and Selby Railway". Minutes...
- Boston Globe about the successful introduction of the four-day w**** in a Kyanize Paints factory in Everett, M****achusetts. In 1971, the book received attention...
- of 1847, the first buildings were built, two sheds for materials and a kyanizing works. Later a roundhouse, a carriage shed, a tool shed and a coke store...
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