Definition of steam jacket in English:

steam jacket

noun

  • A steam-filled casing that is fitted around a cylinder in order to heat its contents.

    • ‘In this case, when workers were cleaning the tanks, they were made uncomfortable by the heat of the steam jackets on the tanks.’
    • ‘Phenol and formaldehyde, plus an alkali catalyst, are introduced into the reactor and the stirring begins, along with some heat from the steam jacket.’
    • ‘On the return from her maiden voyage one of the steam jackets for a funnel exploded.’
    • ‘One of the yokes has a knurled thumb screw to lock the steam jacket in place.’
    • ‘They also worked in bakeries, laundries, and anywhere steam jackets operated.’
    • ‘Most breweries use a steam-fired kettle, which uses steam jackets in the kettle to boil the wort.’
    • ‘When decoction mashing is used, the mash tun itself will normally be fitted with steam jackets and sometimes steam coils.’
    • ‘Another object of the invention is to provide a steam jacket to the sterilizer chamber wherein the jacket is totally isolated from the chamber to supply a constant desired heat to the chamber.’
    • ‘The mash tun in a decoction system is normally fitted with steam jackets and sometimes steam coils in order to maintain the wort temperature, particularly during the rests.’
    • ‘Low-pressure steam contained in a steam jacket provides heating energy while the sludge cake is mixed within the dryer.’
    • ‘This 150 gallon kettle has a steam jacket rated at max. working pressure of 100 psi at 338 degree F.’
    • ‘The fact of not having any steam at or above atmospheric pressure in the lower cylinders at first, must be attributable to the steam jackets and inter-heater not working properly.’
    • ‘In a multi-reactor plant, where steam jackets may have different jacket pressures, the same general system may be used.’
    • ‘Expansion apparatus consisting of a steam jacket, three corks, and metal rods; water boiler; rubber tubing; Bunsen burner; container to catch steam condensation; thermometers.’
    • ‘All units are hydraulically tested up to 40 P.S.I. the space between the outer chamber and steam jacket is filled with asbestos sheet or glass wool to minimize the thermal losses.’
    • ‘Triple walled with steam jacket and separate boiler Inner chamber and steam jacket are made up of Heavy gauge S.S. Sheet with leak proof argon-arc welding.’
    • ‘Note the presence of the condenser and the warm steam jacket that surrounds the cylinder.’
    • ‘A control circuit controls the operation of the means for admitting steam and the chamber valve such that the pressure in the steam chamber follows the pressure in the steam jacket.’
    • ‘In 1769, a mathematical-instrument maker by the name of James Watt filed a patent for an engine which called for strange things such as condensers and steam jackets.’
    • ‘The digesters were fitted with full-length agitator shafts and heated by steam jackets under high pressure.’