Heating Elements

Some articles on heating elements, elements, element:

Silicon Carbide - Uses - Heating Elements
... References to silicon carbide heating elements exist from the early 20th century when they were produced by Acheson's Carborundum Co ... Silicon carbide elements are used today in the melting of non-ferrous metals and glasses, heat treatment of metals, float glass production, production of ceramics and electronics ...
Noose Of Ice - Plot
... Usually a laboratory element, the Space Administration has started to mine a natural supply of Tritonium on the ocean floor at the North Pole ... from freezing and crushing Hotspot Tower by electrical heating elements powered from Eskimo Booster Station ... At Eskimo Booster Station, the reconstruction sabotages the power to the heating elements on the telepathic orders of Captain Black ...
Muffle Furnace
... After the development of high-temperature electric heating elements and widespread electrification in developed countries, new muffle furnaces quickly moved to electric designs ... Also, advances in materials for heating elements, such as molybdenum disilicide offered in certain models by Vecstar, can now produce working temperatures up to 1800 degrees Celsius ... conduction, convection, or blackbody radiation from electrical resistance heating elements ...

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