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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 intensifiers force to spin a coolant flow, increasing its turbulence and raising heat transfer intensity as well.
This is based on the use of an electric pump and on the possibility of predicting the heat transfer regime, which takes place in the cooling system for given values of engine speed, fuel flow rate, coolant pressure, temperature and flow rate.
The increasing demand for light passenger cars and heavy-duty vehicles with HVAC systems are identified as the main drivers for the automotive coolant and lubricant markets.
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Over time, additives in the antifreeze can form gummy deposits and block coolant circulation, causing the turret to overheat.
One of the key differences between waterless and water-based coolants is the boiling point.
By 2015, Behr estimates 60,000 heavy-duty trucks in the United States will have Visco coolant pumps.
Wet metalworking often results in great amounts of metal or plastic debris in coolant sumps.
After achieving promising results with the coolant, the Swansea business has now been welcomed on board with the team as an official partner for its campaign in the MX1 World Championship.
Start by checking the condition of your coolant when the engine is cool.