- clench together
"grit one's teeth"
- The council refuses to grit my road.
- My university can't afford to grit its car parks.
- Used blasting grit
- The grit should be renewed regularly.
- mixtures of wastes from grit chambers and oil/water separators
- solids from grit chambers and oil/water separators
- As some species, particularly granivores, require grit to digest their food, these should be provided with appropriately-sized grit.
- 13 05 01* solids from grit chambers and oil/water separators
- Birds will select grit of the size they prefer if material of various sizes is provided.
- Sintered metal filters to prevent grit from entering the pump or the instrument.
- ‘Agglomerated stones’ are industrial products manufactured from a mixture of aggregates, mainly from natural stone grit, and a binder as defined by JWG 229/246 EN 14618.
- The grit is normally composed of marble and granite quarry granulate and the binder is made from artificial components as unsaturated polyester resin or hydraulic cement.
- Ducks and geese should be provided with a pond with a mixture of stones and grit on the bottom, both to increase the birds' behavioural repertoire and to encourage adequate maintenance of the feathers.
- After the first week, a shallow pond (dimensions as in table H.5) with large stones on the bottom should be provided with food or grit scattered among the stones to encourage dabbling or diving, as appropriate.
- The LPG-system shall be installed such that is has the best possible protection against damage, such as damage due to moving vehicle components, collision, grit or due to the loading or unloading of the vehicle or the shifting of those loads.