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Sensible cooling load
Sensible cooling load is a measurement of the amount of energy that must be removed from, for example, the air inside a building, in order to maintain a certain temperature, regardless of the temperature outside.
Sensible heat ratio
Sensible heat ratio (SHR) is the term used to describe the ratio of sensible heat load to total heat load.
Sewer system
A sewer system comprises a network of pipelines that collect and transport waste- and stormwater to a wastewater treatment plant or the receiving waters.
Shaft seal
In its most basic form, a shaft seal combines a rotating part with a stationary part.
Shaft seal forces
Shaft seal forces
Shell and tube exchanger
Shell and tube heat exchangers exchange thermal energy from one fluid to another.
SI units
The International System of Units (SI) is the world's most widely used system of measurement, both in everyday commerce and in science.
Silicone rubbers
Rubbers are flexible long chain polymers that can be stretched easily to several times their unscratched length and rapidly return to their original dimensions.
Soft pressure build-up
The 'Soft pressure build-up' function ensures a smooth start-up of systems containing empty pipes, for example.
Solenoid valve
Solenoid valves are broadly used for controlling heat or cooling with ON/OFF consumers.