The pipe (m) conveying water to the condenser terminates in a rose.
This knob here controls a condenser, and this one a transformer.
Double-acting steam-engine and condenser—James Watt, Scotland, 1782.
At R is the condenser relief, at U the relief valve for the water chambers.
The condenser is made of cartridge paper, coated in the proper manner with tinfoil.
Sometimes a condenser is used in connection with the blower and the air is recirculated.
The condenser is placed immediately beneath the steam-cylinder.
At what temperature must the condenser be maintained to produce a given humidity?
A pipe leading from the bottom of a steam-cylinder to the upper part of the condenser in a steam-engine.
The first condenser vessel was an improvised syringe and a tin can.
condenser con·dens·er (kən-děn'sər)
An apparatus for cooling a gas in order to convert it to to a liquid.
An instrument for packing a material into a cavity of a tooth.
The simple or compound lens on a microscope that is used to focus light on the specimen under observation.