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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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Managers may have to account for this behavior by designing and installing barrier fencing that minimises pacing or the risk that pacing animals will overheat," Tuberville added.
10 Asda hair straighteners May overheat, catch fire or give electric shock Recalled July 2013 6For full details see recalluk.
AIR PURIFIER 3M is recalling a Filtrete Ultra Quiet Compact Air Purifier, right, because it can overheat.
The A350XWB Overheat Detection System will be designed and manufactured at Kidde Aerospace & Defense's Wilson, North Carolina facility in US.
An electrical connection in the Krups automatic drip coffeemakers can overheat and ignite the filter basket support, presenting a risk of fire and burn hazard to consumers.
Although you should never allow your dog to seriously overheat, look out for bright red gums and tongue, thick saliva, and vomiting: these are signs of heat stroke.
The high heating rates of medium-frequency coreless furnaces enable them to quickly overheat.
If you don't get enough water, your body may overheat.
An improperly sized reducer is almost guaranteed to overheat under load.
In addition to the risks associated with loose blankets in a baby's crib, parenting experts, child product safety organizations and the American Academy of Pediatrics warn parents about the importance of not allowing your baby to overheat.
Brian Griffiths, station manager, said: "Chip pans cause serious fires because they can very quickly overheat and then ignite.
Hamilton Sundstrand, a supplier of technologically advanced aerospace and industrial products and a business unit of United Technologies Corp (NYSE:UTX), announced on Thursday (16 October) that the company's Kidde Aerospace & Defence unit has been selected by Gulfstream and Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) to supply the integrated fire and overheat protection system for the new Gulfstream G250 business jet.