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  • Icemaker

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    Slabs of manufactured ice at the Grimsby Ice Factory prior to being crushed, 1990 An icemaker, ice generator, or ice machine may refer to either a consumer device for making ice, found inside a home freezer; a stand-alone appliance for making ice, or an industrial machine for making ice on a large scale. The term "ice machine" usually refers to the stand-alone appliance. The ice generator is the part of the ice machine that actually produces the ice. This would include the evaporator and any associated drives/controls/subframe that are directly involved with making and ejecting the ice into storage. When most people refer to an ice generator, they mean this ice-making subsystem alone, minus refrigeration. An ice machine, however, particularly if described as 'packaged', would typically be a complete machine including refrigeration, controls, and dispenser, requiring only connection to power and water supplies. The term icemaker is more ambiguous, with some manufacturers describing their packaged ice machine as an icemaker, while others describe their generators in this way.

  • Twix

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    Twix is a chocolate bar made by Mars, Inc., consisting of a biscuit ("cookie" in North America) applied with other confectionery toppings and coatings (most frequently caramel and milk chocolate). Twix are packaged with two or four bars in a wrapper. Miniature and other variations of Twix bars are also available.

  • Structural steel

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    Various structural steel shapesStructural steel is a category of steel used for making construction materials in a variety of shapes. Many structural steel shapes take the form of an elongated beam having a profile of a specific cross section. Structural steel shapes, sizes, chemical composition, mechanical properties such as strengths, storage practices, etc., are regulated by standards in most industrialized countries. Most structural steel shapes, such as -beams, have high second moments of area, which means they are very stiff in respect to their cross-sectional area and thus can support a high load without excessive sagging. 1. Common structural shapes --------------------------- The shapes available are described in many published standards worldwide, and a number of specialist and proprietary cross sections are also available. A steel -beam, in this case used to support timber joists in a house.

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