cascade unit

cascade unit

[ka′skād ‚yü·nət]
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1 condensing cascade unit, 2x 100 kw; - 2 heat pumps with 250 kw each; - 3 buffer memories each with 9 000l; - 1 table cooler approx.
This fire is a sign that fire season is here," Michael Curran, ODF South Cascade Unit forester, said Monday in a statement.
OPNET will merge with Riverbed's Cascade unit and the combination will be able to generate more than USD250m in annualised revenue.
Like Cascade unit dose products, consumers can hold Tide Pods in the palm of their hand and conveniently, without spills, can add the product in one step to the wash load, according to Stovickova, who noted that in tests, Tide Pods has been a huge hit with consumers.
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.
Bruce McGaw is offering its Cascade Unit display case, which holds up to 300 Petite Format prints.
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.
Model allowed Boise Cascade unit to evaluate 60 alternative designs.
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.
The new compact design, and their ability to cascade units and add ports as LAN needs grow makes the Slim Line Series exceptionally versatile.