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 What is the difference between built in and built under ovens?

Answer The difference is its size and the type of housing unit required. Under-counter units are designed to fit in the housing below the worktop, on the other hand there are tall oven housing units that ... Read More »
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Who built the ovens?

Who built the ovens used in the Holocaust?

J A Topf und Soehne, Erfurt. The company had an established reputation for building efficient crematoria and other furnaces that reached very high temperatures using low-grade coal.
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What safety device has to be built in to gas ovens?

Insulation resistance is measuring the integrity of a conductor's insulation, therefore there is no upper limit as such. Most insulation resistance testers will indicate either >200 (Megohms) or >9... Read More »
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Brown built in ovens why so hard to get?

A refrigerator compressor is the center of the refrigeration cycle. It works as a pump to control the circulation of the refrigerant, and it adds pressure to the refrigerant, heating it up. The com... Read More »
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