electric coil

electric coil

[i¦lek·trik ′kȯil]
(control systems)
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An electric coil that is suitable for canning should be no more than four inches smaller than the diameter of the canner.
internal water heater or electric coil water heater (provided
This non-invasive modality uses an electric coil placed tangential to the scalp with the handle at a 45-degree angle away from the midline to depolarize neurons without triggering seizures or cognitive impairment (Oznur et al.
The key players in the Instrument Transformers Market in Americas are ABB, Alstom Grid, Schneider Electrics and Siemens while other prominent vendors include Bicron Electronics, Dongan Electric Manufacturing, Houston Transformer and Johnson Electric Coil
The electric coil is a stove or range that converts electrical energy to produce heat.
Induction cooktops use an electric coil of copper wire directly below the glass ceramic surface.
In this sense an electromagnetic loading system is used, the tested material 11 being stressed by a penetrator 10 moved from the mobile core 2 of an electric coil 1.
A kit for a four-burner electric coil range costs $175.
The geo retrofit involved removing the old electric coil, validating the integrity of the existing blower and motor, and cleaning and repairing the 25-year-old console as needed.
The selector is extremely compact and incorporates a single electric coil for shifting.
It's not just a gas burner or an electric coil anymore.
Pinpointing Electric Coil Problems in the Coreless Furnace