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HEAC can't be melted and isn't affected by pressure. Conducts heat faster than any other material can.
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The only way to melt HEAC is using LIGH on it. When {{Material | LIGH}} hit HEAC, HEAC will melt. It will turn back to solid form when its temperature is lower than ~1650C.
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==Example Saves==
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| An alloy with HEAC and VIBR
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| {{ save | id=2175502 }}
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| How to melt HEAC (using [[Element:TESC|TESC]])
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Latest revision as of 04:57, 18 November 2018

HEAC.png Rapid Heat Conductor
Properties
Section Solids
Spawn temperature 22°C
Heat Conductivity 100%
Relative weight 100
Gravity 0
Acid dissolve rate 0%
Flammability 0
State Solid
Source code


HEAC can't be melted and isn't affected by pressure. Conducts heat faster than any other material can.

The only way to melt HEAC is using LIGH on it. When LIGH hit HEAC, HEAC will melt. It will turn back to solid form when its temperature is lower than ~1650C.

Example Saves

An alloy with HEAC and VIBR
How to melt HEAC (using TESC)
Language: [[::Element:HEAC|English]]