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A gas burner is a device that produces a controlled flame by mixing a fuel gas such as acetylene, natural gas, or propane with an oxidizer such as the ambient air or supplied oxygen, and allowing for ignition and combustion.
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The increasing demand for automobiles, necessity for fuel-efficient vehicles, and stringent emission standards are major factors influencing the growth of the global injector nozzle market.
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Increasing demand for electric power worldwide and subsequent investments in creating new generating capacity, efforts taken globally to reduce carbon emissions, and growing adoption of CCPP & CHP are driving the market globally.
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The increasing supportive regulatory and legislative framework, growing use of district heating (DH) solutions, and rising adoption of smart homes in developing nations drive the HIU market growth.
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Heat exchanger is a device used to transfer heat from hot fluid to cold fluid to meet the technical requirements. It is an industrial application of convection and heat conduction.
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The Folding Ladder is a ladder in the step ladder style with one or more (usually no more than three) one-way hinges. Ideal for use on uneven ground (i.e. stairs), as a trestle or when fully extended a fixed ladder. Some variations feature a central one-way hinge with extensible locking legs.
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Filter integrity testing is an essential procedure to detect defective filter cartridges and to avoid their use in the process. A filter integrity test is a critical unit operation commonly employed in the bioprocessing industry and other industries.
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Increased usage of cable glands and accessories across diverse explosion-prone industries is fueling the growth of the hazardous area equipment market.
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A harmonic filter is a device used to filter out one or more harmonics in a power system.Most of its structures are composed of inductors, capacitors and resistors, i.e., passive filters
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Engine Driven Welders incorporate a gasoline, diesel, or propane fueled engine coupled to an electrical generator to produce power for Stick, TIG, MIG and Flux-Cored welding. Engine driven welders are typically transported on a truck or trailer and are primarily used outdoors. The electricity generated by an engine driven welder powers fans, pumps, air compressors or other electrical tools commonly found on jobsites. During power outages, an engine driven welder can also be used as a backup generator.
Engine-driven welders are generally used when electric power is not available for arc welding. Usually these are outdoor applications. However, engine-drive welders are often used for indoor applications when it is not convenient to supply power to electric "plug-in" arc welders.