Given today's extremely high energy costs and the inevitability of further price rises, it is becoming increasingly important for UK moulders to consider the 'through life' cost when purchasing a new plastic injection moulding machine.
What does EHE stand for?
EHE stands for Extremely High Energy
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- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
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We have 25 other meanings of EHE in our Acronym Attic
- Elective Home Education (UK)
- Encyclopedia of Higher Education
- Énergie Homme Environnement (French: Energy Environment Man; Switzerland)
- Enterprise in Higher Education
- Environmental Health in Emergencies (World Health Organization)
- Errare Humanum Est (Latin: To Err Is Human)
- Ethics in Higher Education (Zagreb, Croatia)
- Ethnic Heritage Ensemble (jazz band)
- Exceptional Human Experience
- Expected Horizontal Error (engineering)
- European Higher Education Area
- Estonian Higher Education Accreditation Centre (Estonia)
- Emergency Home Energy Assistance for the Elderly Program
- Electronic Health Economics Analysis Letters
- Emergency Home Energy Assistance Program
- Environmental Health Epidemiology Bureau (New Mexico Department of Health)
- East Herts Equestrian Centre (UK)
- Enterohemorrhagic Escherichia Coli
- European Hydrogen Energy Conference
- Enterotoxins and Human Enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia Coli/Enteropathogenic Escherichia Coli
Samples in periodicals archive:
Chief executive Stan Higgins said: "In base chemical companies, with extremely high energy use, energy has a massive impact on costs.
The panel defines high energy density as matter under pressure exceeding 1 megabar and notes "Recent advances in extending the energy, power, and brightness of lasers, particle beams and Z-pinch generators make it possible to create matter with extremely high energy density in the laboratory.
The year 2000 turned into one of extremely high energy demand for a variety of reasons, and California's lack of sufficient preparation for deregulation, along with its partial decontrol, was doomed before it even got off the ground.
Lucas and his coworkers have developed cavity resonators within which standing sound waves of extremely high energy can be produced.