radiator coil

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radiator coil

n (Tech) → Kühlschlange f
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BritePointe selected gray Cycoloy C6600 polycarbonate/acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene (PC/ABS) resin for the two-feet-diameter radiator coil housing that provides cooling for the HyBeem light, and transparent Lexan FXD PC resin for a top cover of the fixture.
Four tenders for the supply of spare parts for different brand buses & minibuses including (a) engines' stem valves for Nasr 871 & 996 buses, (b) valves & compressors for the fuel pumps serving Nasr 871 buses, (c) radiators for the CL 120 Mercedes buses & (d) radiator coil (serpentine) for the Nasr 871 & 996 buses.
The common example of a heat exchanger is found in an internal combustion engine, in which a circulating fluid known as engine coolant flows through radiator coils and air flows past the coils, cooling the coolant and releasing the heat generated by the engine, into open air.
Don't use anything metallic that could damage the radiator coils.
One with any experience of Basic Training or being a freshmen at an Academy cannot help but be amused at such passages, "All the grooming tasks seem silly, arbitrary, a waste of her time, just like learning the parts of an Army tank or cleaning radiator coils with a toothbrush because an admiral will be walking through the halls.
MINNEAPOLIS -- Super Radiator Coils' new test lab has a closed-loop wind tunnel that can test a variety of fluids and ranges of temperatures circulating through the tubes of a coil.
Heat is recovered from the VC-5's air-cooled engine using a custom-designed, patent pending heat exchanger by Super Radiator Coils. The VC-15 gen-set uses a more efficient system that recovers the heat from the engine jacket water.