hot surface

hot surface

1. A surface which is very alkaline.
2. A surface which is highly absorbent.
3. A surface at a high temperature.
References in classic literature ?
In attempting to recover himself, he reached for the iron railing which surrounded the stove and kept the pots from sliding off; but he missed the railing, and his hand, with his weight behind it, landed squarely on the hot surface.
Lin's photonic crystal, energized by contact with a hot surface, is dearly a thermal source.
This is said to permit the rolling of the pavement immediately after application because the hot surface will not stick to the machinery.
We look forward to assisting them in meeting their sustainability and energy saving goals while also providing other benefits, such as improving worker safety by reducing hot surface temperatures, as well as providing a solution with a long-lifespan, thus reducing their maintenance costs.
GM is recalling the vehicle to addresses a transmission cooler line fitting that could leak transmission fluid onto a hot surface, whichwould be likely to cause a fire.
Considerations: Presence of molten metal in furnace, ladle and/or mold; temperature of metal or hot surface, level of the metal and area of the body that could be impacted by a splash, runout, sparks, flames or hot surfaces; proximity to metal and hot surfaces; material being handled (i.
The TGP incorporates the central part of the thermal path which absorbs heat from a hot surface and dissipates it to ambient air or a cold structure.
The leaking transmission fluid could contact a hot surface and result in a vehicle fire.
The risk comes when the fuel is poured into an already burning firepot or onto a hot surface.
Instead of dropping water onto a hot surface, they dropped a hot object into a liquid to see if the vapour layer that formed around it would reduce its drag as it moved through the water.
Why you should care: These testers can be configured as long-leg versions for reaching into grooves or holes or to keep an operator's hands away from the hot surface of a part that is being inspected.
Since you have to step on the hot surface, wear flip-flops to prevent scorched feet and puncture wounds caused by beach debris--like shells and litter from broken glass and soda cans.