combustion-heated furnace


combustion-heated furnace
нагревательная пламенная печь

EBM furnace — печь ЭЛП

ESR furnace — печь ЭШП

VAR furnace — печь ВДП

VIM furnace — печь ВИП

Ajax furnace — печь Аякс


English-Russian big polytechnic dictionary. 2014.

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