diathermic


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diathermic

[¦dī·ə¦thər·mik]
(physics)
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The diathermic oil is selected as the coolant of the DHRS, which makes the DHRS operates under the approximately normal pressure; particularly the system temperature might be controlled accurately.
The "calorimetric" crystallity, [c.sub.th], was found by the DSC method using a calorimeter with a "diathermic" cover (22) and using a PE fusion heat of 290 J/g (23).
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HOT WAVES" can be supplied with different heating systems such as: gas steam or diathermic oil.
The machine consists of a holding tank, surrounded by an outer tank with a reservoir of diathermic or heat transfer oil, a heating element, a condenser which would normally be fan assisted air cooled and electrical control equipment which would include temperature controls, cycle duration and emergency protection.
The diathermic treatment is carried out by specialists, who come to your house and erect a tent-like cover over your bed, duvet and pillows.
The boiling of the solvent is accomplished by a peripheral heating jacket filled with diathermic oil, heated by an electrical element.
Request for quotations : purchase of biopsy forceps, mouthguards, diathermic loops, replaceable handles, brushes for cleaning the instrumental canal to flexible endoscopes