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circuit element

[′sər·kət ¦el·ə·mənt]
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WARRANTY - (a)Twenty-five (25) year Tank Warranty to be included; (b) One (1) year Electrical Element Warranty to
Now though we've an electrical element rather than gas powered kit and can set it to heat up the water in the hot liquor tank before we arrive, saving us hours - time we can be with our families.
Since induction technology allows for a far more efficient transfer of energy than a gas flame or heated electrical element, they save both energy and time, particularly in bringing ingredients to a boil.
The project's mechanical and electrical element will also involve close co-ordination with the Freeman's own estates department for temporary closures of the facility.
Make sure, however, there is enough water to cover the kettle's electrical element.
An electrical element running through the length of the rack keeps it consistently warm - not hot - to the touch.
Lower-priced lines consist of dry and/or portable irons that are little more than a hard, flat sole plate with an electrical element to generate heat.
If you've never come across one before, a raclette is a cooking implement comprising of a slab of stone that's heated, in this case by an electrical element, upon which you cook strips of meat or melt slivers of cheese under it on little grill pans.
The structure of the HIT solar cell allows a possible reduction in recombination loss of the electrical element (charged carrier) by surrounding the energy generation layer of single thin crystalline silicon (c-Si) with high quality ultra-thin amorphous silicon (a-Si) layers.
He said: "The external liner sheet and internal bars are complete, mechanical and electrical elements are progressing well.
This leads to a reduction in recombination loss(4) within the electrical elements, known as carriers(5).
There are no electrical elements, pilot valves, and control hoses in the filling valve hygiene area.

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