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hot plate

[′hät ‚plāt]
(metallurgy)
A heated surface on which joints are brought to soldering temperature.
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III/36/PPD/Magnetic Stirrer cum Hot plate / 2017-18
5 and 6 show the resulting temperature field and streamline contours obtained for cold and hot plate temperatures of [T.
Some trial and error will be required to find the hot plate setting that will keep your DIY smoker within the desired temperature range--between 210 and 220 degrees.
The hot plate apparently malfunctioned, setting off the blaze that sent flames up the stairs, trapping the children in their second-floor bedrooms as they slept, investigators said.
Thermal Nociception (Hot Plate Test) The hot plate model was used for the evaluation of the central anti-nociceptive potential of viscosine.
When the hot plate has reached 100[degrees]C, dispense a few drops of fuming nitric acid into the drilled cavity.
Serve immediately, or place on a hot plate to keep warm on a buffet.
An infrared welding system using HERAEUS infrared emitters has helped a plastic pipe systems manufacturer to double the welding throughput of two complex geometry drainage components, while eliminating the fume problems associated with the former hot plate welding process.
Level checks are made on each piece of equipment--hot places; hot plate entry idler rolls; glue machine; preheater drum, wrap and fixed idler rolls; bridge guide idler rolls; single facers; preconditioner drum, wrap and fixed idler rolls, and roll stands, core chucks.
The analgesic effects of the hexane, methylene chloride and ethanol extracts of Miconia rubiginosa were evaluated in mice and rats using the acetic acid-induced writhing and hot plate tests.