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heating element

[′hēd·iŋ ‚el·ə·mənt]
(electricity)
The part of a heating appliance in which electrical energy is transformed into heat.

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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Then she brazenly dipped one into one of the main hotplates and put it in her mouth.
The staff were constantly replenishing the hotplate so there was always fresh food available.
Within half an hour of receiving strong sunlight, the Capteur Soleil will begin to produce steam, which will in turn heat the patterned hotplate and then the standard-issue, FDA-approved autoclave.
The measurement samples were tested on the sweating guarded hotplate apparatus (hotplate) developed by Measurement Technology Northwest, USA, Figure 2.
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Method is said to bond more strongly at lower cost than hotplate welding, and is also an alternative to super-heated air and cold metal heat-staking methods used in the automotive sector.
For mains I opted for Cantonese style beef which arrived at our table sizzling on a hotplate.
The solution is placed in a reflux etch container and heated to 80[degrees]C on a hotplate.
In January James, 28, and Oliver, 26, dubbed the Hotplate Brothers, set off to smash the record and raise thousands for the Red Cross by scaling Mount Aconcagua in Argentina.
Dan Miller, like many graduate students, spends a fair amount of time crouched over a hotplate in a small room.
The first 14 lessons require no stove, while the second 14 lessons require students to cook on a hotplate.