Air outlet

air outlet

[′er ‚au̇t·lət]
(mechanical engineering)
In an air-conditioning system, a device at the end of a duct through which air is supplied to a space.

Air outlet

Apertures such as grilles, diffusers, or louvered openings through which air is intentionally delivered into a conditioned space.

air outlet

In an air-conditioning system, a device at the end of a duct through which air is exhausted.
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Moist clean air is exhausted out through a central air outlet.
Depending on the VAC system, this rate must be checked several times a year by an air conditioning technician, by measuring the total volume flow at the air outlet or in a duct.
The dampers can be adjusted at the face of the air outlet or at ceiling or wall surface termination points.
The carbon-fibre insert on the sides, with an air outlet and black fin is also reminiscent of the GT3 and is a feature which also helps reduce the engine compartment temperature with the upshot of maximum stability, even in tough racetrack use.
2[degrees]C, and RH=10%), the air outlet dew point increases to 22[degrees]F (-5.
Denison's tight-lipped employees will probably never reveal the identity of the true end-customer for the air outlet casting.
The air outlet leads into a cooling tube that extends through the inlet of the calibrator.
Water flow rates and pressure at the junctions constitute the state variables of the control system, and the air outlet temperature [T.
In contrast to current ripening systems, the new air circulation system provides opposing air currents through adjustable air inlet ducts and additional air outlet ducts.
5 cm) and 12 round chimneys (diameter 62 cm) for active air outlet through the roof.
The central atrium has vertical glass tubes acting as light well and hot air outlet.