electric coil

electric coil

[i¦lek·trik ′kȯil]
(control systems)
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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.
It's not just a gas burner or an electric coil anymore.
Pinpointing Electric Coil Problems in the Coreless Furnace
a worldwide leader in the design and manufacture of electromagnetic products, solenoids and composite components, announced today that it has acquired Macon Electric Coil, Inc.
And he added: "Another favourite was to make us grasp an electric coil with crocodile clips and give us an extremely painful jolt.
NYSE:MAG) Friday announced that it has sold substantially all of the assets of its Columbus, Ohio, utility equipment service business to a newly formed Ohio corporation to be known as National Electric Coil -- Columbus.
TSXV: PTE)(OTCBB: PTEFF), ("Pioneering"), an energy smart product innovation and consumer goods company, announced today that CityHousing Hamilton ("CHH") passed a mandate requiring that all electric ranges must now include Safe-T-element[R] meaning that all new or replacement electric coil ranges must be equipped with this technology.
capacity standard clean freestanding electric coil range (WFE115LX) has an easy-to-clean one-piece steel console.
The electric ceramic glass model features a cooktop with two 6-inch and two 6-inch/9-inch radiant elements, while the electric coil cooktop has two 6-inch and two 8-inch coil elements.
These cores generate a limited magnetic force at the drum edge because the electric coil that is wound around the core takes valuable space across the width of the drum, resulting in weak zones at the edges.