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Definition of Flameless

Flameless
Flameless Flame"less, a. Destitute of flame. --Sandys.

Meaning of Flameless from wikipedia

- Flameless candles are an electronic alternative to traditional wick candles. They are typically utilized as aesthetic lighting devices and come in a variety...
- A flameless ration heater (FRH), colloquially an MRE heater, is a form of self-heating food packaging included in U.S. military Meal, Ready-to-Eat (MRE)...
- fuel evaporation.[citation needed] A flameless lighter is a safe alternative to traditional lighters. The flameless lighter uses an enclosed heating element...
- products — Low levels of vanadium in liquid fuelsDetermination by flameless atomic absorption spectrometry after ashing is an ISO standard covering...
- below 3 ppm, thus having a VOC destruction efficiency of 99.8–99.9%. In a flameless thermal oxidizer system waste gas, ambient air, and auxiliary fuel are...
- Alkaline hydrolysis (also called biocremation, resomation, flameless cremation, aquamation or water cremation) is a process for the disposal of human...
- FLOX is a flameless combustion process developed by WS Wärmeprozesstechnik GmbH. In experiments with industrial gasoline engines conducted in April 1990...
- Armed Forces Recipe Service Army Catering Corps Dining in Field kitchen Flameless ration heater Foods of the American Civil War Hardtack History of military...
- has been in continuous development since its introduction. In 1990, a Flameless Ration Heater (FRH), a water-activated exothermic reaction product that...
- to keep bamboo steamers containing dim sum dishes hot. A flameless ration heater is a flameless chemical heater used to heat some types of Meal, Ready-to-Eat...