surface thermostat

surface thermostat
поверхностный термостат

- 1. Автоматическое регулирующее устройство, имеющее чувствительный элемент, реагирующий на температуру поверхности, которая представляет собой регулируемую величину. 2. Элемент, регулирующий температуру поверхности с тем, чтобы реагировать на ее температуру и инициировать регулирующие действия.

- см. thermostat.


English-Russian dictionary of terms for heating, ventilation, air conditioning and cooling air. 2013.

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