Verb(1) protect from heat, cold, or noise by surrounding with insulating material(2) place or set apart
(1) By preventing subnational governments from using internal trade barriers to insulate local firms from market competition, this condition helps level the economic playing field.(2) Determine whether you will be using the space for living and want to heat it or prefer to just insulate the main part of the house below the attic.(3) And even as I seek to insulate her from those influences, I am not sure that I can.(4) PCBs were used to insulate transformers; because the chemical is so inert, it is a tremendously effective insulator.(5) Chemicals covered by the agreement include PCBs, which are used to insulate electric transformers and as additives in plastics and paint, and pesticides such as DDT.(6) A ground strap bolted to the engine block may not do the job; head gaskets, silicon, and bolt sealer can electrically insulate the cylinder heads from ground.(7) When insulating on the inside of stone and brick foundations, do not insulate the joist space.(8) The problem you'll be attempting to solve by doing the experiment in this section is which materials insulate best against windchill.(9) One thing we would recommend people to do would be to insulate their home as well as they can before they start sticking on wind turbines.(10) To help keep your floors warmer and reduce your heating bills, it is a good idea to insulate your floors.(11) Two flat steel bands run through the spine of the lamp, which insulate power feeds and prevent the lamp from buckling.(12) Heat also escapes through the edges of a concrete slab foundation, so insulate them as well.(13) Dielectric materials are used to insulate circuits and cables from each other deep inside the machinery, making sure currents flow where they are supposed to and do not disturb other components.(14) Red rubber catheters should never be used to insulate the ESU active electrode.(15) insulate and draught-proof your home(16) To start├ö├ç┬¬ Using pouring or blowing materials is an easy way to insulate your attic.
(1) insulate :: isolere
1. wrap ::
2. protect ::
3. isolate ::
1. integrate ::
Different Formsinsulate, insulated, insulates, insulating
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