Electromagnetic microwave dielectric heated steam flash plug

Electric heating – Metal heating – Of cylinders


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219 1055R, 219 1051, 219 1057, 219 1081, 60513, 60659, H05B 680, H05B 654




A flash plug for an internal expansion heat engine is heated by electromagnetic microwave energy. The flash plug is an annular ceramic dielectric body having electrically connected metal rings on the inside and a metal sleeve on the outside supplied by a high frequency alternating current.

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