heat-sensitive

heat-sensitive

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

heat-sensitive

[ˈhiːtˈsensɪtɪv] ADJsensible al calor
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Sheldahl can fabricate and use SMT to attach components, including heat-sensitive components, such as displays, batteries, and connectors.
Kwamboka said the milk may lose a few micronutrients, such as heat-sensitive vitamin C, because of boiling at a high temperature.
The growth of e-commerce in the past decade has enabled increased sales of heat-sensitive cups.
About 3,300 inmates began transfers to other prisons on Thursday morning - a musical chairs scenario spurred by a federal judge's order that more than 700 heat-sensitive prisoners be moved into an air-conditioned facility.
These mixers are also used for vacuum drying of heat-sensitive applications at relatively low temperatures.
Available in satin and semi-gloss sheens, KEM Aqua 3001 can be used on heat-sensitive vinyl building products such as windows, shutters, doors, and trim in multifamily and residential new construction projects as well as the remodel/replacement windows segment.
Other applications include food drying, thermo forming, textiles drying, leather, leather curing and curing coatings on heat-sensitive substrates such as MDF.
Fire suppression cans are filled with bicarbonate of soda and are opened up by a heat-sensitive actuator.
The new technology is suited to testing heat-sensitive materials such as PVC siding and plastics composite decking.
* Providing a superior way to reprocess heat-sensitive, semi-critical medical devices that are unsuitable for sterilization.
Advantages include increased productivity and press uptime, reduced energy costs and expanded capabilities to run heat-sensitive materials.