heat-sensitive

heat-sensitive

adj
(General Physics) responding to heat or to changes in temperature
Translations

heat-sensitive

[ˈhiːtˈsensɪtɪv] ADJsensible al calor
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This allows fast drying without damaging heat-sensitive coatings or substrates.
The nursery manager said his grower has had to throw out such heat-sensitive plants as pansies, snapdragons and Iceland poppies.
The film consists of a sheet of aluminized mylar with a 1-micrometer-thick layer of a heat-sensitive polymer.
With a curing process that requires only a few seconds of ultraviolet light exposure, the durable coatings are particularly well suited for heat-sensitive applications that cannot withstand the high temperatures of the traditional finishing process.
The best use of a purging agent is to remove heat-sensitive resins at shutdown or at the start of a changeover, so they don't degrade in the first place, notes Frank Van Haste, general manager of Novachem, which makes Novapurge and SuperNova chemical purging agents and Instapurge mechanical agents.
The study presents new developments in the machinery and the extrusion process of highly filled elastomers which are not only heat-sensitive, but whose flow behavior may not conform to usual expectations.
This one, developed by Marcia Rieke, has a grid of 64-by-64 heat-sensitive sensors mounted on a mercury-cadmium-telluride chip 1/8 inch square.
These wide-ranging temperatures can cause shrinkage of the heat-sensitive PET material, which can cause gaps to develop between the finish and the closure.
The company says excellent image bond can be achieved on a broad range of substrates, including PE, PP and PVC; unsupported and self-adhesive laminate; heat-sensitive films; many papers; cartonboard; and plastic tube laminates.
Air Products is said to bring to the alliance expertise in the use of cryogens to enhance the cooling and granulating of various heat-sensitive or difficult-to-grind materia]s.
In a study of 12 patients with particularly heat-sensitive MS, being presented this month in Chicago at the American Neurological Association meeting, Davis and his colleagues found that seven of the 12 had a significant improvement in vision, and five showed a greater use of their arms and legs.
The board was designed to meet the demands of numerous power- and heat-sensitive environments.