During the summer, close values were seen in the input energy for continuous and intermittent operations
. The ratio of heat extraction from the radiant surface, in the indoor heat balance was 39% for continuous operation and 29% for intermittent operation
The system includes a single water pump, triple filtration, and adjustable intermittent operation
. Triple filtration (with filters at the fill point), in conjunction with the design of the water pump and spray nozzles, provides protection against clogs.
A motor that requires only intermittent operation
reduces the wear and tear on the motor, increasing its life, which means a smaller motor size can be used without depleting the positive characteristics of the machine itself.
Designed for continuous as well as intermittent operation
, solar and wind-powered pumping systems are especially suitable where cost is all-important.
It also has an integrated "intermittent operation
" function that switches on a backing pump only when the backing pressure is no longer sufficient.
The same study concludes that during intermittent operation
, these units merely offset infiltration rather than adding to the air load, and during continuous operation these units provide both heating and ventilation in a compact single unit.
Intended for either continuous or intermittent operation
, the Model 9000 Peristaltic Pump can accommodate a choice of 0.5 mm, 1mm, 2mm, and 3mm tube diameters.
Water may leak into the signal-detection and activation module chassis causing corrosion, which may result in electrical shorts or possible intermittent operation
of trailer lights.
With a maximum continuous temperature rating of -80[degrees]C to 200[degrees]C (-112[degrees]F to 392[degrees]F) and intermittent operation
to 250[degrees]C (482[degrees]F), these sensors can be used in applications previously out of reach of epoxy-coated thermistor sensors.
After four years of intermittent operation
, a pipeline transferring condensate to an export tank experienced a leak at one of its elbows.