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coolant (kōō´lənt),

n air or liquid directed onto a tooth, tissue, or restoration to neutralize the heating effect of a rotary instrument.

coolant

a substance used to cool a system to below a specified level by conducting heat generated by the system away from it.
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The filters are designed to last up to 150,000 miles, 15 months, or 3000 operating hours and are compatible with conventional coolants or new-generation extended life coolants (ELCs).
8220;In other manufacturer's shell mill arbors without the AD/B + C coolant system, it has become common practice to drill hole in the arbor screw to provide additional coolant,” says Nancy Novinc, Director of TMX Cutting Tool Solutions.
Coolant samples can be easily shipped to the Intertek's global network of laboratories, with testing services provided within the 24hours for urgent samples.
Remember, there is a 300-hour inspection requirement to drain, flush and refill the system with fresh coolant.
Evans products have a boiling point of more than 180C, while traditional 50/50 coolants boil at about 103C.
Behr's diesel engine coolant pumps lower fuel consumption in heavy-duty trucks.
Following trials, Optare are installing Evans coolant in a number of buses that previously suffered gearbox failure due to boiling coolant.
If the fan motor has seized, say through lack of use, the coolant will get hotter until it boils and is lost from the system.
It was time to address a nagging problem that had surprisingly widespread effects --foul coolant.
Its tube and cover are constructed with peroxide-cured EPDM that is higher performing and less expensive than silicone or sulphur-cured EPDM coolant hose.
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When the shift to stricter regulations occurred, disposal of used machining coolant became a very real concern.