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electric resistance

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Decades of experience in the furnace industry were combined with innovative engineering and manufacturing techniques to produce a cost effective, reliable and efficient solid state electric resistance furnace.
The three new systems are single zone VAV, single zone constant volume using chilled water and heating water, and single zone constant volume using chilled water and electric resistance heat.
A In general, electric resistance heating is expensive to use for heating a house.
has developed "Seebeck Coefficient / Electric Resistance Measuring System ZEM-5 series" specialized in each application and will start to sell from July.
[E.sub.ElecRes] is the measured site electricity consumption of the electric resistance baseboard heat (kWh)
This can be supplemented by a gas heater or heat pump, or both- but electric resistance heating cannot be used.
11 May 2011 - CRISIL said Tuesday it had revised the outlook on the bank facility of Indian electric resistance welded (ERW) pipe supplier Jindal Industries Ltd to "stable" from "positive", while affirming the company's rating at A-/P1.
With China's oversupplied domestic market resulting in stiff price competition, some Chinese producers of electric resistance welded (ERW) pipes have tapped into pipeline projects in markets with rich oil and gas resources such as the Middle East, Steel Business Briefing learns from mills.
Away from the hydrogen bomb, he was a shining light in the Russian speciality of superconductivity, that seemingly bizarre phenomenon whereby all electric resistance vanishes in certain materials at extreme low temperatures.
According to the Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance, nearly one million homes in the Northwest still rely on electric resistance heating as a primary heat source.
Some specific areas discussed include polyester materials with low specific superficial electric resistance, the effect of organic and inorganic additives on the synthesis of lutetium silicates, similarity of zeolite micropore structures, new complex compounds of cobalt with cyanuric acid, frontal copolymerization of lactams, and oscillatory and spin regimes at frontal solidification of epoxy combinations in the flow.
Depending on the temperature of the heat source supplied to the heat pump, water can be heated using one third to one fourth of the energy required by electric resistance or gas.