Utility heaters include the Towel Warmer Bathroom Heater, which is wall-mountable, has a 24-hour programmable timer, two settings, towel warm/dry function and thermostat, and the all-metal Utility Heater with four-hour timer, thermostat, internal tip-over switch and safety thermal cut-off.
What does TCO stand for?
TCO stands for Thermal Cut-Off (thermal fuse)
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We have 145 other meanings of TCO in our Acronym Attic
- Tennis Club de l'Oust (Saint-Vincent-sur-Oust, France)
- Termination Contracting Officer
- Terrestrial Carbon Observations
- Terry's Chocolate Orange
- Test Content Outline
- Test Control Office/r
- The Charmed Ones (TV show)
- The Chosen One
- The Cinematic Orchestra (band)
- The Corporate Office
- Thorsman Company Oslo
- Three Colleges Observatory (UNC Greensboro)
- Thrust Cutoff
- Tierras Comunales de Origen (Spanish: Communal Lands of Origin; indigenous territories; Bolivia)
- Tierras Comunitarias de Origen (Original Communal Lands)
- Tiffany & Co (jewelry company)
- Tjänstemännens Central Organisation
- Tjänstemännens Centralorganisation (Swedish Confederation of Professional Employees)
- Tobacco Control Office (various locations)
- Tom Cunningham Orchestra
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Wesco points out that unlike other submersible lights, the WBD-100 is not "water-level-dependent": Because Ryton R-4 02XT has a heat deflection temperature of 260[degrees]C, the company explains, the light does not require an automatic thermal cut-off switch.
What makes FiberThermics unique is its innate thermal cut-off capability that assures homeowners of maximum durability and safety.