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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DIAMOND Seal Technology: Combines a durable Diamond Valve (a ceramic cartridge embedded with diamonds) with InnoFlexPEX waterways.
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.
Made primarily of solid brass, the new Planar 8 kitchen faucet is equipped with a ceramic cartridge for leak-free operation.
AM/FM Stereo radio player, pitch control, quality Japanese Sapphire stylus with ceramic cartridge worth PS12.
The Diamond Valve is a durable ceramic cartridge embedded with diamonds featuring the Delta 32 Euro Motion technology.
He said the filter unit is equally useful in emergencies owing to its gravity driven filtration through the ceramic cartridge,thereby having no power requirement.
Exceeding even typical brass, rubber and ceramic cartridges, the stainless steel cartridge is extra durable, lasting up to 200,000 operations.
The Pforever Seal([TM])in 1980 made Price Pfister the first manufacturer to convert to ceramic cartridges on all product lines, offering a lifetime guarantee against leaks and drips.
Monobloc level taps have ceramic cartridges that occasionally need to be replaced.
For example, drivers could exchange full CO2 absorbing ceramic cartridges for new ones at gas stations.