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The system would include a compressor and condenser on the roof and air handling units for each classroom at Hebron Avenue, Hopewell, Buttonball Lane and Naubuc elementary schools.
The bacteria typically grows in large plumbing system mechanisms such as cooling towers, hot tubs, and evaporative condensers of air conditioning systems.
Then steam goes through a condenser, becomes water, and returns to the pump.
More than 20 other distillers have toured their operation, paying special attention to the maze of pipes, condensers and heat exchangers Shanks built with stuff from the local hardware store.
Police said the estimated cost to replace the condenser is approximately $2,500 to $3,000.
Police said Chicago officers witnessed Heller allegedly using a cutting instrument to extract an exterior air conditioning condenser from someone's home and load it into his car.
Watt's great innovation was to introduce a separate condenser around the cylinder that captured the excess steam, reducing the energy required to drive the piston by as much as three-quarters.
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First Known Use of condenser
CONDENSER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of condenser for English Language Learners
: a device used for changing a gas into a liquid
: a device used for storing electrical energy
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