The point at which a pressure or temperature switch closes.
The point at which a pressure or temperature switch opens.
An adjustable range setting on a pressure or temperature activated switch.
For example, a pressure activated switch might have a cut-in adjustment
and a differential adjustment. The cut-in will activate at a set pressure; the
differential will provide cut-out at the range set. If cut-in, then, is set at 30
psig, and the differential is set at 30 psig, then the cut-out will be 60 psig.
See Cut-in; Cut-out
Double Service Door
Two adjacent container doors which together provide access to the
An extractor spins laundry items at high speed to remove excess water
from the fabric.
Liquid waste not contaminated with human excrement or food waste;
An acidic compound used to adjust the alkalinity of laundered articles.
Laundry sour is usually added in the final rinse.
Clean, uncontaminated, treated water suitable for drinking.
A dryer cycle in which the dryer will spin in one direction for a specified
amount of time, and then spin in the other direction for the same amount of
time. This serves to adjust the dryer load, preventing articles from being
compressed. A reversing cycle will alternate direction many times in the
Single Service Door
One door which alone provides access to the container.
A small heater used to keep the interior of the container above freezing.
Tent, Expandable, Modular, Personnel.
Storage Container, Triple
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