cascade unit

cascade unit

[ka′skād ‚yü·nət]
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Cascade refrigeration systems can be used to achieve low temperatures, where series of single-stage units are used that are thermally coupled through evaporator/condenser cascades, as shown in Figure 1 for a two-circuit cascade unit.
Devon also announced that it had increased its working interest in the Cascade Unit from 25 percent to 50 percent.
The independent cascade areas are separated by means of a compressed air curtain; the adhering salt-bearing rinsing water is pushed back into the previous cascade unit.
completed the purchase of BHP Billiton's working interest in the Cascade Unit.
Optional SuperStack II hot-swap cascade unit, redundant power supply and uninterruptable power system are sold separately.
However, the coastal units have tended to have a higher hunter success rates in recent years, in spite of the Cascade units having higher buck ratios.
Deer hunters are reminded that the blacktail season in the Cascade units closes during the week of the elk hunt, then reopens Oct.
The new compact design, and their ability to cascade units and add ports as LAN needs grow makes the Slim Line Series exceptionally versatile.
2 (except Cascade units are closed to deer hunting Oct.
When first built, most Cascade units were 460-square-foot studios.
The AT-MR904TX stackable Fast Ethernet unmanaged hub is a compact, inexpensive, high performance hub that provides small and growing networks with the flexibility to stack and cascade units to meet increasing user demand.