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The electrically heated post curing channel uses another $63,000 in energy costs, so that with the most favorable calculations and excluding the cost of maintenance, the yearly costs are in the neighborhood of $229,400.
The profile can, as is shown in the illustration, only be heated weakly on one side and simultaneously gives off a great part of the acquired energy (see UHF installations).
Because refractories expand when heated, it is necessary to heat the refractory enough to close the cracks.
Stir in sour cream and milk; continue cooking, stirring occasionally, until heated through (3 to 4 minutes).
Patent Office with material information about the long history of use of indirect heated barns with heat exchangers," said Denise Keane, Senior Vice President and General Counsel, Philip Morris U.
In fact, the Chinese government has mandated that buildings be heated in cities in which the average daily temperature falls below 5 degrees C (41 F) for more than 90 days a year.
Stir in cream and cook just until heated through, about 3 minutes.
The Cool One (internally heated runnerless componetns and systems).
The Hot One (externally heated hot-manifold systems).
System has a generator, water-cooled coils, and special magnetically active preforms, which are fitted between parts and heated electromagnetically by the generator and coils.
All controllers and systems accurately control temperatures with less than [+ or -] 1 [degrees] F deviation in electrically heated areas of hot-runner tools.
All controllers and systems accurately control temperatures with less than [+ or -][degrees]F deviation in electrically heated areas of hot-runner tools, as well as wet heater bake out, slaved start-up and sequenced start-up.