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sealed unit

n
(Computer Science) a hard disk that is permanently sealed to prevent damage to the read/write head. See also Winchester disk
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The property benefits from LPG central heating and sealed unit double glazing.
With gas central heating and sealed unit double glazing, the imposing house in Bromleigh Drive is located in a sought-after residential area just off Binley Road.
The SteriType keyboard is washable and features an integrated silicone cover, creating a fully sealed unit.
"Clarity can be supplied in either single pane form or as a double glazed sealed unit. When double glazed, Clarity offers the benefits of improved thermal performance and replaces the need for old fashioned blinds or curtains offering a greater control and comfort within any room."
Having a gas-fired central heating system together with sealed unit double glazing as well as being well presented, it provides the ideal purchase for the young and growing family.
The wounded cat then managed to sneak inside a sealed unit under the front carriage of a high-speed express and was still on board when the 06.51am train left last Thursday and travelled to London Paddington and Swansea twice, then stopped for the night in Bristol, the Mirror reported.
The drive's "System in Package" technology embeds all components in a single, sealed unit that resists dust, discharge, water and the day-to-day wear of portable use.
For safety reasons the light bulb is in a sealed unit so her husband is unable to get the glass cover off to replace the bulb.
Also the cable management and power system is securely housed in a sealed unit on top of the trolley, minimising the risk of theft, damage or connection issues.
The compact IP65 sealed unit features a 2 line LCD display that not only displays the desired guide point, but the actual web position.