heating coils

heating coils

[′hēd·iŋ ‚kȯilz]
(naval architecture)
A system of piping in the bottom of an oil tanker which carries steam to heat high-pour-point liquid cargoes to a viscosity suitable for pumping.
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Tenders are invited for Replacement of steam heating coils and external re-painting of blending kettles at lbp kolkata plant.
Alarming levels of metal substances like lead have been found in the heating coils of e-cigarettes, a new study has found.
According to a study conducted by at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health University in Baltimore, Maryland, United States, significant amounts of toxic metals, including lead, leak from some e-cigarette heating coils and are present in the aerosols inhaled by users.
According to a study conducted by at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, significant amounts of toxic metals, including lead, leak from some e-cigarette heating coils and are present in the aerosols inhaled by users.
RocTool is using this approach to educate the market to the benefits of Heat/Cool (or "Variotherm") injection molding using the firm's electromagnetic induction heating coils and its new high-performance cooling units (see March Keeping Up).
Principal-2--Select Heating Coils for a 80[degrees]F (27[degrees]C) Leaving Water Temperature
The sales volume of heating coils in O-Net Group, a leading supplier of heating coils for electronic cigarettes in China, was up to 1 million.
Air-handling unit heating coils serve central ventilation heating requirements, and zone level heating coils serve both the envelope losses and zone air tempering.
The build-up of condensate was causing corrosion and erosion in the heating coils.
A 20[degrees]F (11[degrees]C) delta- T on the water side is often used to size heating coils.
Constructed in 1930 of brick, steel, and concrete, the building was most likely used as a horse stable in addition to a parking garage for cars, as evidenced by heating coils throughout the building, according to Maxson.
How can a heat pump with a mechanical compressor be more efficient than electric heating coils that are supposedly 100 percent efficient?