The difference in internal temperature of a coil when de-energized and energized. Valcor Scientific uses two grades of coils, UL B Class, which are rated to 1050F, and UL H Class, which are rated to 1800F. To calculate heat rise, use the formula below: Ambient Temperature + Heat Rise in coil = Total temperature
In a mercury displacement relay; The heat developed from the coil and contacts as a unit.
Is in direct relation to the longetivity of the generator. To find out why Multiquip units exceed the competition, view our Generator Heat Rise page.
The desired rise in temperature in degrees F for a heated area. To determine heat rise, subtract the outside temperature from the desired inside temperature in the area being heated.
The rise in temperature above ambient that results from operating an electric pinch valve at predetermined conditions.
The difference between the stabilized temperature of the solenoid coil when energized and the stabilized temperature when de-energized.