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melter

[′melt·ər]
(engineering)
A chamber used for melting.
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Second, the testing performed by both the restaurant owner and the maker of the cheese melter provided solid data concerning the temperatures at the mounting bolts under normal operating conditions and, more importantly, the test data supported the theory that ignition will occur from extended exposure to heat at temperatures below the normally accepted ignition temperature of a material.
The entire plant stops for two weeks every summer, he points out, so the main melter is scheduled for a thorough cold cleaning during that period while the big holding furnace stays hot.
GTS Duratek is under contract with DOE to build a melter at the agency's Savannah River nuclear weapons plant, in Aiken, S.C., to turn that site's waste into glass.
Another area to consider when choosing an ice melter is how the manufacturer backs the product.
The third melter, though, is in place and ready to be fired up.
Geoffrey sent a picture of the acid product to a friend with the caption: "This is one face melter."
Nordson also recently launched the VersaBlue Plus melters as the latest addition to the OptiBond family.
With over 100 aluminum Stack/Tower melters installed-Modern Equipment is the North American leader in Stack/Tower Melter experience.
As the leader in the ice melter category, Morton has a product portfolio aligned with these trends.
M2 EQUITYBITES-November 2, 2010-North American Salt receives EPA recognition for its packaged ice melter products(C)2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
Tenders are invited for Sub Reconditioning of one set of rotary calciner system of Cold Crucible Induction Melter (CCIM), Reconditioning of one set of air compressor of CC1M, Fabrication of Four sets of quartz viewing system for Induction Levitation Melter and other related auxiliary works at CDCFT Building as per attached technical specification.
The inside surface of each melter is a refractory made of a layer of hundreds of interlocking bricks of different sizes and shapes that must fit within a 16th of an inch tolerance, Hamel said.