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A cell that takes the place of a [[Lava Bucket]] in Breeder Reactors. When placed in a [[Nuclear Reactor]], the heating cell will add heat to the surrounding cells.
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The '''Heating Cell''' takes the place of a [[Lava Bucket]] in breeder reactors. When placed in a {{Gin|Nuclear Reactor}}, the Heating Cell will add heat to surrounding components.
  
This component is stackable and will add <Stack Size> heat per tick to all neighbouring components capable of storing heat. These cells will automatically stop producing heat once the reactor core temperature is at <Stack Size> * 1000 heat.
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Heating Cells are stackable and will add <code><Stack Size></code> heat per tick to all neighboring components capable of storing heat. They will automatically stop producing heat once the reactor core temperature is at <code><Stack Size> * 1000</code> heat.
  
 
== Recipe ==
 
== Recipe ==
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[[Category:Reactor Components]]

Latest revision as of 07:13, 10 April 2017

Obsolete: This information no longer applies to the current version of IC².


The Heating Cell takes the place of a Lava Bucket in breeder reactors. When placed in a Grid Nuclear Reactor.png Nuclear Reactor, the Heating Cell will add heat to surrounding components.

Heating Cells are stackable and will add <Stack Size> heat per tick to all neighboring components capable of storing heat. They will automatically stop producing heat once the reactor core temperature is at <Stack Size> * 1000 heat.

Recipe



Grid Electronic Circuit.png
Grid Lava Cell.png
Grid Dense Copper Plate.png



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