An outer covering for anything, esp. a covering of some nonconducting material such as wood or felt, used to prevent radiation of heat, as from a steam boiler, cylinder, pipe, etc.
To put a jacket on; to furnish, as a boiler, with a jacket.
1.) A material covering over a wire or cable assembly. 2.) Outer covering of a dual-wall heat-shrinkable tubing.
The outer sheath which protects a cable
An outer casing or cover constructed round a cylinder or pipe, the space being filled with a fluid for either cooling or heating the contents, or with insulating material for keeping the contents at substantially constant temperature, e.g., the water jackets of an I.C. engine.
The outside covering of a cable. Not part of the fibre or the fibre buffer.
The enclosure on a water heater, furnace, or boiler.
1. A woven or felted tubular sleeve for covering and shrinking on a machine roll. 2. A short coat. 3. In polymer manufacture an external shell around a reaction vessel. For example jacketed vessels are used when heat-transfer medium is circulated around the vessel.
(1) A rubber, plastic or synthetic covering applied over the primary insulation, braids, shields, cable components, or over the cable itself. (2) In fiber optics, a covering, frequently plastic, over a fiber, bundle of fibers, or cable which protects against the environment.
A metal cover which protects the tank insulation. Go to top
The outer protective covering of a cable.
The outermost layer of an electrical cable. Typically made of plastic, rubber or similar non-conductive materials, the jacket encases inner conductors and helps protect against short-circuits, electrical shocks, mechanical damage and environmental hazards.
An outer covering for a book. The jacket folds around the book, but does not attach to it. Originally created to protect the binding and keep out dust, but now used for more for marketing purposes.
an outer wrapping or casing; "phonograph records were sold in cardboard jackets"
the outer skin of a potato
provide with a thermally non-conducting cover; "The tubing needs to be jacketed"
A material covering over a wire insulation or an assembly of components, usually an extruded plastic or elastomer.
protective outer bulb or envelope of lamp
The outer casing of shell of a water heater.
Pertaining to wire and cable, the outer sheath which protects against environment and may also provide additional insulation.
The protective outer coating of the cable.
a wood or fiber cover placed around such containers as cans or bottles.
The outermost layer of insulating material of a cable or wire.
Usually refers to the heating/ cooling jacket surrounding the stuffing box on some pumps; The outer casing (shell) of a water heater.
A paper cover that wraps around the case on some clothbound books.
An outer non-metallic protective covering applied over an insulated wire or cable.
The outer covering of an insurance policy, containing the declarations, insuring agreements, exclusions, conditions, and provisions to the policy, including any endorsements or riders.
The outer covering on a cable or wire that may provide electrical insulation and/or resistance to abrasion, chemicals, and moisture.
An outer nonmetallic protective covering applied over an insulated wire or cable Back to Menu
Material, usually extruded plastic or elastomer, that covers wire and cable, providing protection and additional insulation.
A covering placed around an object to prevent the escape of heat by radiation.
Pertaining to wire and cable, the outer protective covering that may also provide additional insulation.
A tough sheath to protect an insulated wire or cable, or to permanently group two or more insulated wires or cables.
An extruded layer of insulation over a wire or group of cables.
Outer covering of the water heater that provides space for insulation and prevents consumers from touching hot tank surfaces.
The outer, protective covering of the cable. Also called the cable sheath.
1. A covering or casing of some kind. 2. Specifically, a shell around the combustion chamber of a liquid-fuel rocket, through which the propellant is circulated in regenerative cooling. 3. A coating of one material over another to prevent oxidation, micrometeoroid penetration, etc.
A metal cover that protects the tank insulation.
An outer covering, usually non-metallic, mainly used for protection against the environment.