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chilling

[′chil·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
Rapidly removing the heat from a casting.

chilling

On a painted or varnished surface, a clouding of the surface or a reduction of luster as a result of the movement of cold air over the drying surface.
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Linde is the first to configure bottom-injection chilling systems for the U.
Combination heating/chilling unit provides temperature control from 35 F to 250 F with up to 20 tons of chilling capacity.
BOC representatives also will be available to discuss the capabilities of company's highly successful cryogenic impingement freezer and other freezing and chilling equipment.
If a casting is chilled in an area that is used as a feed path, the chilling may inhibit proper feeding and result in shrinkage microporosity leading to casting defects and reduced mechanical properties.
BOC's cryogenic technologies - including impingement freezers, combo chillers, immersion freezers, spirals, tunnels and bottom injection chilling systems - reduce dehydration and line down-time, increase capacity and improve product quality," Baker said.
If salad seems dry after chilling, stir in 1 to 2 tablespoons milk to moisten.
The Linde food team can retrofit the ACCU-CHILL BI system to existing mixers, or design and install a customized chilling system when upgrading to new mixing or grinding equipment.
BOC (NYSE:BOX) says its ingredient chilling technology is the cool solution to rising temperatures.
thermal conductivity of the casting material has a significant effect on the chilling power of a fin.
Closed-loop models available for cooling molds, heat exchangers, jacketed tanks, hydraulic fluids, and central chilling systems.
He also witnessed the can chilling and tasted the drink.