water-jacket

wa·ter-jack·et

(wô′tər-jăk′ĭt, wŏt′ər-)
tr.v. wa·ter-jack·et·ed, wa·ter-jack·et·ing, wa·ter-jack·ets
To encase in or provide with a water jacket.
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A workhorse rheometer for laboratory research and production-floor QC has a brand-new look plus a smaller diameter spindle shaft, smaller water-jacket accessory, and direct control of temperature from the keypad.
Either of these mixers lend themselves well to water-jacket cooling, used to prolong the interval between maintenance.
Hydro-Test's cylinder testing products include high-pressure water-jacket test systems for full-size and portable-size cylinders, along with other testing systems, parts and accessories for these and other types of pressurized tanks, low-pressure proof testing gear for fire extinguishers, propane, refrigerant and other devices.
Brass trimmed radiators and red water-jacketed cylinders called attention to the Scott's unique engine.
These water-jacketed, one-piece construction tanks will fit on all existing 01 and HD01 frames, and are compatible with shafts, arms and covers from those series of mills.
These water-jacketed, one-piece construction tanks will fit on all existing 01 and HD01 frames and are compatible with shafts, arms, and covers from those series of mills.
The power pack integrates the M-Cat DOC with a high-temperature disposable particulate matter filter in a fully water-jacketed system.
Water-jacketed incubators are considered more reliable and protect against fluctuations in ambient temperature and power.
REVCO Ultima II and Elite II water-jacketed CO2 incubators incorporate sophisticated control functionality to make set up, startup and operation easy.
Water-jacketed incubators maintain temperature by surrounding the interior chamber with heated water in a separate compartment.
In 1979, the foundry began making coldbox cores, striving to improve its capacity for more intricate components, like water-jacketed manifolds.
Chemical temperatures are controlled independently by water-jacketed day tanks and in-line heat exchangers.