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melter

[′melt·ər]
(engineering)
A chamber used for melting.
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Second, the testing performed by both the restaurant owner and the maker of the cheese melter provided solid data concerning the temperatures at the mounting bolts under normal operating conditions and, more importantly, the test data supported the theory that ignition will occur from extended exposure to heat at temperatures below the normally accepted ignition temperature of a material.
Another area to consider when choosing an ice melter is how the manufacturer backs the product.
This designation also gives assurances to our customers looking for an ice melter product that is on the green end of the environment spectrum.
Wilkerson said that during August, the melter was fed waste a total of 710 hours out of a possible 744 hours in the month to achieve the record.
estimates that consumers spend about $238 million a year on ice melters, and that rock salt products account for about 64% of that total.
Wholly owned subsidiary of Compass Minerals (NYSE:CMP) and seller of salt and other minerals, North American Salt Company disclosed on Monday that it was awarded the Design for the Environment (DfE) label for one of its packaged ice melter products by the US Environmental Protection Agency.
Extending the lifetime of the melters from 100 pours to potentially 600 pours "will not only ensure we can get more HAL though the vitrification process" but save taxpayers money, Foster said.
Called Sure Paws, the product is an all-natural, fast-acting ice melter which does not irritate pets' paws but melts ice down to minus 15 degrees Fahrenheit, the company said.
We've seen a dramatic increase of interest in our environmentally friendly ice melter.
Brandon Flowers and co going Cuban on the Eagles' classic should prove an ice melter at winter parties.
Safe Step[R] Pro Series[R] 960 Choice Formula ice melter now will carry the DfE label, indicating that the product meets the EPA's criteria for environmental safety.
The system outage presented an optimum time to perform preventive and corrective maintenance on systems that cannot be shut down for extended periods during melter operations, Craig said.