These enclosures provide exhaust air systems and clean workstations or temperature/humidity-controlled environments.
What does E/A stand for?
E/A stands for Exhaust Air
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We have 103 other meanings of E/A in our Acronym Attic
- Exempli Gratia (Latin: For Example)
- Energy On (German energy company)
- États-Unis d'amérique (French: United States of America)
- Early/Atrial (cardiology)
- Enemy Aircraft
- Environmental Assessment
- Errata and Addenda
- Executive Assistant
- Eccentric to Concentric (strength ratios)
- Engineering/Construction Contractor
- English/Chinese (bilingual applications)
- Environment & Communications
- Erik and Christine (Phantom of the Opera fan-fiction)
- Experimental/Control (scientific research)
- End-Of-Descent (aviation)
- Engineering/Data Requirements Agreement Plan
Samples in periodicals archive:
To eliminate smoke and odor, the jack mount afterburner maintains an exhaust air stream temperature of 1,400[degrees]-1,500[degrees]F for a minimum of 1/2 second dwell time.
Nu-Heat's heat pump offering includes ground source, air source and exhaust air, and the range can meet any load requirement, from 1kW with an exhaust air heat pump to 60kW using a ground source heat pump.
Further features include fully automatic controls with clearly arranged visualization, as well as a standard-equipped exhaust air cleaning system that significantly reduces product-specific odors and visible exhaust fumes.
There was no minimum airflow setpoint for the exhaust air valves.
To eliminate exhaust air recirculation and hot spots within IT equipment cabinets, HotLok Blanking Panels use cantilevered sealing vanes that eliminate the gap between adjoining panels or installed equipment and prevents exhaust air or hot aisle air from migrating to the air intake stream at the front of the cabinet.
The company says the ventilation system provides the user with the means to capture the hot exhaust air from the lamp head and remove it easily from the cure zone, eliminating possible contamination issues in curing applications.