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cold bath

Naturopathy
A bath taken in ice-cold water, which is believed to act as a tonic; cold baths may be of use in treating asthma, fever, muscle soreness, low sperm count and decreased libido.

cold bath

A bath in water at a temperature below 65°F (18.3°C).
See also: bath
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Existing methods for calculation of the cooling modes of extruded insulation allow one to calculate the cable rewinding speed at a known cooling bath length or the bath length at a given rewinding speed [5, 6] without taking into account the temperature distribution over the entire insulation thickness in transient thermal mode.
At the condition of TEP content varied from 0 to 25 wt%, when the nascent hollow fiber was brought into the cooling bath, a high ratio of TEP outflow versus the water inflow is achieved near the interface between the nascent membrane and water.
During the experimental tests carried out using the above mandrel, the material being deformed maintained continuous contact with the mandrel surface and subsequent free tensile drawing was controlled by cooling of the material in the cooling bath.
While the cooling baths are relatively long for this process, it avoids the need for equally lengthy curing equipment required for mechanically foamed thermoset rubber.
A vacuum is created in the cooling bath around the calibrator, and the tubing is pulled out into contact with the calibrator The gaps between the discs, or the holes in the sizing tube, permit the vacuum to act upon the plastic tube.
Tenders are invited for Low Temperature Portable Cooling Bath With Digital Tem.
A hydraulic lift table comes up under the parts and ejects them onto a shelf, from which conveyors pull parts through a spray cooling bath. ForcePro says its Linx-RR production line at GaMra will produce 200,000 ties a year.
the equipment includes a cooling bath, and the granulating unit.
the equipment includes the cooling bath and granulation unit.
This makes it possible to pelletize sticky materials, resins with poor melt strength (by coating them with a stiffer material), or water-soluble materials that would dissolve in the cooling bath. A ZSE-27 mm twin screw will devolatilize and pump the primary melt into a new multi-strand die, while a Micro-18 mm twin-screw feeds the same die and coats the strands with a thin outer layer.
These profiles pass through a water cooling bath and are cut with a traveling saw to 8-, 10- and 12-ft lengths.
After the thermoplastic is applied, the profile enters a cooling bath.