ceramic cartridge

ceramic cartridge

[sə′ram·ik ′kär·trij]
(engineering acoustics)
A device containing a piezoelectric ceramic element, used in phonograph pickups and microphones.
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New shower fixtures with the latest pressure-balancing valves that incorporate long-lasting European ceramic cartridge technology can help reduce maintenance.
The faucet removes lead, cryptosporidium, and chlorine from tap water using a replaceable ceramic cartridge that is part of the Triflow's filtration unit, which installs beneath the sink.
Ultra-Sense with PSD offers preset or user-adjustable temperatures, a vandal-resistant aerator, a ceramic cartridge that resists mineral build-up, and watertight seals that protect the sensors and control electronics while providing convenient, above-the-counter access.
To illustrate the point, I have my very first album -- The Bee Gees' First from 1967 -- which survived hundreds of plays on my parents' Magnavox console with its notorious ceramic cartridge.
Inside is a replaceable, coated ceramic cartridge (with a six-month life expectancy) that traps bacteria, algae and viruses and releases minute amounts of silver and copper into the pool.
Precise, long-lasting and maintenance-free ceramic cartridges are used in all mixers.
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