A form of metal welding done by using the heat created as an electric arc jumps from an electrode to metal.
Electric brake control is a feature on power drills with lock control which allows the user to instantly stop the drilling action by squeezing the trigger switch. This prevents overdrilling and overdriving.
The path followed by electrons from a generation source, through an electrical system, and returning to the source.
Electrically powered rotary tool, which is used for sanding, boring holes, etc.
Electric energy efficiency
The amount of work accomplished by electrical power, usually measured in kilowatt-hours (kWh). One kWh is 1,000 Watts and is equal to 3,413 BTU.
An air heater in which air is blown over electric resistance heating coils.
Electric heat is provided by use of a high-temperature wire, which is resistant to electrical flow with more heat being produced by more electric current being fed into the heating element, creating more resistance and more heat.
Electric heating tape
Electric power plant
A facility or piece of equipment that produces electricity.
Electric power transmission
The transmission of electricity through power lines.