steam jacket


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steam jacket

n
(General Engineering) engineering a jacket containing steam that surrounds and heats a cylinder
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Little to no temperature loss due to the presence of high-grade glass wool between the outer wall and steam jacket.
The company's second still, named Patience, is another 300 litre still that also used electric elements to heat the steam jacket. But it wasn't until a third and larger still--the 1500 litre Constance--was required that the company decided to switch from an electrically-heated process to one using a steam boiler.
He recognized the importance of maintaining pressure within the steam engine, inventing the fly-ball governor and the insulating steam jacket. Others further refined Watt's work.
Steam kettle--66.7% submarines had not accomplished the hydrostatic test of the steam jacket and discharge line (36 months) and either have not conducted annual relief valve testing or the identification tags were missing.
Pipes carried steam to a "steam jacket" on the rear of the moldboard and the landside to keep them heated.
They step inside the pantry, the refrigerator and freezer--but their favorite sight might be the steam jacket kettle, an enormous gas-powered pot that can boil up to 50 pounds of pasta.
The weldments were there because the valve was jacketed with a conventional welded-on steam jacket that had been designed and fabricated by a traditional pipe-fabrication shop.
Metal contaminants are removed, and the mixture is heated in a custom-built mixer/dryer with a steam jacket in order to remove moisture.
The original 2 stills used electricity to power elements in the steam jacket surrounding it.
MIP 6520/001, MRC A-2, requires hydrostatic testing of the steam jacket piping once the pressure relief valve has been removed and sent to the IMA for pop-testing.
Cooking is done at low-pressure with an indirect steam jacket to avoid overcooking and burning.