thermal jet

thermal jet

[′thər·məl ′jet]
(meteorology)
A region in the atmosphere where isotherms or thickness lines are closely packed; therefore, a region of very strong thermal wind.
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Fox's Biscuits has replaced old, costly and messy case coders with 14 robust and reliable TJ500 thermal jet printers from leading marking and coding specialist, Allen Coding.
Allen Coding's TJ500 thermal jet printers are being used by Fox's Biscuits to apply a variety of date formats, such as self-calculating time Julian and calendar date codes, on to both outer cases and primary product cartons.
This concerned thermal jet printing inks for use on a wide range of uncoated papers.
In addition to the pool/ breathtaking art piece, there are saunas, steam baths, and an inviting outdoor saltwater pool with an added bonus of thermal jets. For those of you wanting to work up a sweat before taking a swim, there is an exceptional gym that is more than just an afterthought and a fitness centre that offers a variety of classes.
Mr Williams said, ``To date, my role has been to search and examine patent and trademark applications for new printing technology, including bubble and thermal jets.

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