Once the baseline protocol is established, the freeze dryer automatically adjusts the shelf temperature to minimize the freeze drying time while keeping the product below its critical temperature.
What does TC stand for?
TC stands for Critical Temperature
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Depending on the amount of each ligand used, and which solvent is chosen, the critical temperature can be tuned between -55 and +16.
Each patient has an individual critical temperature threshold: that is, the highest temperature that elicits wheals.
Units are designed to replace delicate chemical sensors and fragile glass with a reliable, tamperproof permanent record when subjected to establish low and high critical temperatures.
Developed by company engineers for a wide range of critical temperature monitoring applications, the patent-pending Estik is said to incorporate the latest in microthermocouple technology with a bold digital readout to instantly display the surface temperature with an accuracy of [+ or -]2%, according to the literature.
The critical temperature is obtained by conducting a series of FS or S4 tests at a constant pressure (generally 5 bar or 75 psig) and varying the temperature (7).
Additional adjustments to NE^sub m^ for cold stress are recommended by NRC (1981) if cattle are exposed to temperatures below their lower critical temperature (LCT).
The transformer #1 deactivated this afternoon due to critical temperature increase of transformer oil as oil coolers did not work properly.