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Indoor coils

Глоссарий по газовому и отопительному оборудованию
    Split-system home comfort systems use two main components to deliver air for a comfortable living environment. the indoor coil is the device responsible for transferring heat from indoors to the outdoors (or the reverse in the case of a heat pump in heati

Coil, английский
  1. To lay a line down in circular turns.

  2. A heat exchanger in the form of pipe or tubing in any of various configurations; fins may

  3. A device fitted into a woman’s uterus as a contraceptive

  4. To loop a line neatly so it can be stored, or a reel of line. come about. see tack. com pan ion way. the steps leading from the cockpit or deck to the cabin below.

  5. Бухта троса

  6. A certain quantity of rope laid up in ring fashion. the manner in which all ropes are disposed of on board ship for convenience of stowage. they are laid up round, one fake over another, or by concentric turns, termed flemish coil, forming but one tier, and lying flat on the deck, the end being in the middle of it, as a snake or worm coils itself.

  7. [1] to lay down a line in fakes. [2] to loop a line for storage. [3] anything arranged in concentric circles. [4] a standard 120-fathom length of line as purchased.

Coil, английский

Coil antenna, английский
    Рамочная антенна coin-box telephone таксофон

Coil bank, английский

Coil down, английский
    Укладывать в бухту трос

Coil drag, английский
    A fishing tool designed to pick up pebbles, bits of iron, etc., from the bottom of a drill hole.

Coil load, английский

Coil of cable, английский

Coil of rope, английский
    Бухта тросa

Coil of wire, английский

Coil set, английский
    Curvature of rolled metal along its length caused by coiling under too much

Coil spring unit, английский

Coil tubing, английский
  1. Гибкие насосно-компрессорные трубы (нкт) нкт

  2. Ct

Coil type, английский

Coil voltage/current, английский

Coil with support, английский

Coil without support, английский

Coil yarn, английский
    Textured yarns

Coil-spring, английский

Coil., английский

Coilector, английский

Components, английский

Comfortable, английский

Environment, английский
  1. Surrounding in which operates, including air, water, land, natural resources, flora, fauna, humans and their interaction.

  2. Окружающая среда. совокупность всех материальных тел, сил и явлений природы, ее вещество и пространство, любая деятельность человека, находящегося в непосредственном контакте с живыми организмами; совокупность абиотической, биотической и социальной сред,

  3. Окружающие условия [среда]; внешние факторы или воздействия; условия эксплуатации ` (лл)

  4. The conditions and influences under which an organism lives

  5. N 1 лнгв. окружение; 2 псхл. окружающая обстановка5 consonantal ~ консонантное окружение epanalepsis n эпаналепсис, удвоение6 epenthesis n 1 эпентеза, вставка звуков1; 2 добавление гласного звука для того, чтобы 3 английский как язык международного общения. 4 несовпадение стиховых и фразовых границ. 5 внешний контекст, в котором происходит наше поведение. 6 фигура речи, состоящая в повторе слова, словосочетания или пред- ложения. epenthetic 41 evaluation разбить труднопроизносимую группу (кла- стер) согласных

  6. Окружающая среда

  7. Окружающая среда; при- родно-ландшафтная среда

  8. The place in which an organism lives, and the circumstances under which it lives. environment includes measures like moisture and temperature, as much as it refers to the actual physical place where an organism is found.

  9. The combination of all the external conditions and the potential effect of the inner environment (heteromosaic of abiotic conditions). e. change: survival depends on the life span of the organisms involved, and has to adapt to a new situation via genetic change, evolution, etc. • cyclic change: rhythmically repetitive, like cycles of a season, day / night, movement of tides etc. • directional change: change is maintained over a long period in relation to the life span of organisms - erosion, siltation, cycles of glaciation, etc. • erratic change: these have no rhythm and no consistent direction e.g., hurricanes, cyclones, flash storms, fires, vulcanos, earthquake, etc.

  10. Окружающая среда. существующая в данный момент совокупность всех внешних условий и воздействий, которым подвержена данная система (или организм) (мос, 14). `36

  11. (1) the system of surrounding things, conditions or influences, especially affecting the existence or development of someone, something or another system (->habitat), (2) the art of environing, (3) the state of being environed.

  12. A global context in which to access data.

  13. A set of roles that are required to run a specific application and the machines to be used for each role.

  14. One of two deployment destinations within a microsoft azure cloud service: staging or production.

  15. The totality of surrounding conditions and circumstances affecting growth or development. often the term is applied to the natural features of a geographic area: water, air, and land — including ecological relationships.

Responsible, английский

Transferring, английский
  1. Lifting an entire load of logs from one mode of transportation and placing the logs on another carrier (22).

  2. Нанесение информации на технический носитель

Modulating furnaces, английский
    Furnaces are designed to deliver maximum heat for comfort on the coldest of days. in most cases, those days account for fewer than three percent of winter days. the rest of the time, your furnace is providing more heat than necessary. because conventional

Horizontal flow, английский
    A term used to describe the direction of airflow through a furnace. a horizontal flow furnace takes return air from one side, heats it, and then delivers the warm air from the other side.