electric heating element


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electric heating element

A unit consisting of an electrical resistance material, insulated supports, and terminals for connection to a source of electric power; used as a heat source.
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The lint can get ignited by electric heating elements, gas burners or even a spark from the motor, and the flames then travel through the lint-lined exhaust vent.
The turbine will connect to 7 kW of electric heating elements embedded in the heat cell so that energy from the wind can be used to keep the salt in liquid phase.
Broth and oil fondues are heated in metal fondue pots placed over electric heating elements built into the dining tables.
The company which has its headquarters at Droitwich, is the world's biggest manufacturer of electric heating elements for cookers.
Heat generated by electric heating elements is conducted by the ceramic ledge and absorbed by the medical waste materials.
GeoSpring uses a heat pump to draw warm air from the surrounding environment as the primary means to heat the water, whereas a standard electric water heater relies solely on electric heating elements.
00; Lot 2 - electric kitchen with at least an oven and cover with electric heating elements (except combined hazoelektrychnyh devices) (Plate electric oven with 4 burners type KY -The ER-4 or equivalent) - 27.
Although some fluidized bed systems use electricity, it was discovered that hot gases transfer heat more efficiently than the solid surfaces of electric heating elements.
Nexthermal also stands committed to being world leaders in innovation in electric heating elements.
Complete line of electric heating elements and related accessories.
com) located in Danvers, MA, manufactures electric heating elements including cartridge, air process, immersion, strip and finned strip, tubular and finned tubular, band, foil, flexibleglasrope and ceramic heaters.
Products consist primarily of electric heating elements that, first and foremost, are used in white goods and industry commercial equipment.