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overheat

[¦ō·vər¦hēt]
(metallurgy)
To heat a metal or alloy to such high temperatures that its physical properties are impaired.
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Morphy Richards issued a product recall for some of its Over Electric Blankets, right, because they can develop a fault which can cause them to overheat and catch fire.
3 Hotpoint dishwasher Control board could overheat and catch fire Recalled April 2013 57,000 still missing
AIR PURIFIER 3M is recalling a Filtrete Ultra Quiet Compact Air Purifier, right, because it can overheat.
The bank's co-director, Adolfo Meisel, said that more interest rate cuts by the central bank could provide too much stimulus and overheat the economy.
We would urge people to either use deep fat fryers instead, which are much safer because they are thermostatically controlled which means they can't overheat, or consider a more healthier option that does not require the use of cooking fat or oils.
The company said that the integrated fire and overheat protection system comprises of engine/Auxiliary Power Unit fire detection and extinguishing, cargo bay smoke detection, overheat detection system and integrated control unit.
IF they become too dirty, the signal processor or inverter regulator overheats and shuts down.
When radiant heaters in an oven bank run at the same temperature they will always overheat the center of the sheet and under-heat the periphery.
Without such measures, China could overheat and spark inflation, which would in turn devalue savings and affect consumers in certain sectors, including everyday retail items.
The president of the central bank of Peru has said that he does not expect the economy to overheat.
The units could then overheat as they work harder to maintain cabin pressure.
21 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Honeywell has selected Hamilton Sundstrand's Kidde Aerospace & Defense business unit to supply the overheat detection system for the Airbus A350XWB (Extra Wide Body) family of aircraft.