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Jager also discussed how the design of the MBS-6 simplifies cassette changing - the new system allows access to the inner housing and removal without touching a single screw.
In these applications the first heat-conductive butyl sealant from Henkel replaces classic heat-conductive pastes to improve heat exchange between the inner housing and the heat exchanger.
2 Prestige models, monitors up to 165 feet behind the vehicle and alerts the driver when someone is in their blind spot using a directional amber LED that appears in the inner housing of the exterior mirror.
Subtle differences mark out the S4 Quattro, including 18-inch alloy wheels, colour-coded bumpers with large air inlets in the nose, xenon headlights with a contrasting titanium-coloured inner housing, large diameter exhaust tailpipes and polished aluminium exterior mirrors.
Subtle differences mark out the S4 quattro, including 18-inch alloy wheels, colour-coded bumpers with large air inlets in the nose, xenon headlights with a contrasting titanium-coloured inner housing, large diameter exhaust tailpipes and polished aluminium exterior mirrors.
Design considerations of the twin screw extruder Mixing in conventional co-rotating twin screw extruders is usually performed by kneading blocks, as shown in figure 6a, which traditionally employ relatively tight clearances between the kneading disk tips and the inner housing wall.
One is a part which attaches to the outer and the inner housing of the thrust reverser on a Boeing 777.
Each is constructed of a high-performance synthetic compound, and an inner housing of high-impact material with design and construction features to absorb the shock of up to a 12-foot drop.