CRMO

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AcronymDefinition
CrMochromium-molybdenum (steel)
CRMOChronic Recurrent Multifocal Osteomyelitis
CRMOCraters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve (US National Park Service)
CRMOCenter for Research on Military Organization (University of Maryland)
CRMOCultural Resource Management Officer (Department of Veterans Affairs program)
CRMOCommunications and Records Management Office
CRMOCorporate Records Management Office
CRMOCustomer Relations Management Officer
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The steel parts are 4130 chromium-molybdenum, apart from the stainless-steel spokes.
The free-floated chromium-molybdenum steel barrels are button-rifled with recessed muzzle crowns and six longitudinal flutes forward of the gas block (except for the .
The model features a chassis made out of chromium-molybdenum alloy that incorporates a roll cage, a carbon fibre body, and a large rear spoiler that can be adjusted at the flick of a switch.
Through the extensive deployment of lightweight materials both inside and out--ranging from a carbon-titanium monocoque to chromium-molybdenum subframes--the Huayra is extremely light, with a mass of just 1,350 kg (2,970 lb).
Lincoln Electric has introduced the Excalibur[R] 10018-D2 MR low hydrogen stick electrode for all-position welding of a variety of carbon-manganese, chromium-molybdenum and low alloy steels.
said Monday it has started accepting orders for its posh Subaru-brand bicycle, the Subaru XB, featuring a 27-speed derailleur and robust chromium-molybdenum steel alloy frames.
For McMurray, PA based FPD, a knee implant made of cobalt chromium-molybdenum alloy required time-consuming and expensive hand finishing.
The accompanying chart breaks down the most common chromium-molybdenum steel compositions, with the 4140 type used most often for barrels that will receive a blued surface coating.
High-alloy white irons can be classified into chromium-nickel or NiHard (with 2% to 11% chromium and 4% to 7% nickel), chromium-molybdenum (11% to 23% chromium and up to 3% molybdenum), high-chromium (23% to 30% chromium), and specialty white irons.