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In a certain sense, the museum has replaced the cathedral as a social condenser.
When the sun comes up, a solar reflector directs sunlight onto the crystals, causing them to release their water in vapor form that is then directed onto a metal condenser plate.
The Predix software development kit will allow 77 utilities that work with GE to manage turbines, condensers, boiler feed pumps, and more from iPads and iPhones.
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.
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.
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.
Police said the estimated cost to replace the condenser is approximately $2,500 to $3,000.
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