setting temperature

setting temperature

[′sed·iŋ ‚tem·prə·chər]
(engineering)
The temperature at which a liquid resin or adhesive, or an assembly involving them, will set, that is, harden, gel, or cure.

setting temperature

The temperature to which a liquid resin or adhesive (or an assembly involving either) must be heated in order for it to set.
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- By setting temperature value, the 2553A generates thermocouple electromotive power and can therefore be used to calibrate temperature controllers.
The only difference between Susan's technique and mine is that I used a thermometer to check the setting temperature of 104C, while she sticks to the old-fashioned wrinkle test.
Samples are consistently monitored by the automatic setting temperature alarm, which alerts users upon a temperature deviation of more than [+ or -]1 to [+ or -]5 degrees.
* The dairy thermometer is inaccurate and the setting temperature was too low.
Each blend in the PG series offers unique textures as well as many processing benefits, including lower usage rate compared with gelatin or starch, increased melting temperature, improved shelf stability and decreased setting temperature. All blends can be certified kosher or halal.
The 'Polar Vortex' that blasted much of the United States with record setting temperatures brought in the coldest weather conditions experienced in two decades, bringing misery to much of the US citizens.