temperature control


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temperature control

[′tem·prə·chər kən‚trōl]
(engineering)
A control used to maintain the temperature of an oven, furnace, or other enclosed space within desired limits.
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Water type temperature control units are finding widespread adoption in an assortment of industries owing to their affordable pricing and wider operating temperature range.
"In the past, we frequently experienced warpage due to uneven temperature control. But what exactly was causing the fault was difficult to determine because there was simply too little information."
For temperature control, manifolds are used in pairs one at the inlet and the other at the outlet.
The Temperature Control Regulator is also in Patent Pending status within the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
To gain better temperature control, the next advancement was the pressure pour furnace.
Summary: The Fact.MR report tracks the temperature control unit market for the period 2018-2028.
With the development of portable and compact temperature control units, oil and gas companies can potentially manage the temperature of transporting pipes and vehicles effectively to ensure the quality of crude oil remains intact.
On signing the Alliance Agreement, Bob Koval, CEO, Energyst B.V, stated: "The Energyst/York Alliance will position Energyst Cat Rental Power and York to more actively participate in the European temperature control rental services segment.
* accurate and efficient temperature control systems to permit optimum heat transfer and mixer metal temperature control; and
Custom Downstream Systems (CDS) in Lachine, Que., now offers that plus separate temperature control in the calibrator.
Standing up to the requirements of Temperature Controlled Transportation the combination of Agility's experts and its services, make certain that goods move seamlessly with full temperature control. And it comes with recording, as well as information management, throughout the Supply Chain.
However, this should also be applied to the temperature control fluid volume being used.

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