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atomizer

, atomiser
a device for reducing a liquid to a fine spray, such as the nozzle used to feed oil into a furnace or an enclosed bottle with a fine outlet used to spray perfumes or medicines

atomizer

[′ad·ə‚mīz·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
A device that produces a mechanical subdivision of a bulk liquid, as by spraying, sprinkling, misting, or nebulizing.
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In Japan where the steel industry has declined drastically with a consequent reduction in refractories, there are other segments that are doing well for which Bahrain Atomisers can supply its product, McLaughlin said.
In the field of application technology, new and enhanced paint guns and atomisers with increased transfer efficiency are allowing for cost reductions and quality improvements.
With regard to end-of-arm tooling, there is the usual range of automatic sprayguns, electrostatic guns, high speed bell atomisers and powder coating applicators, mirroring the choice of manual spray equipment, and here your expert knowledge needs to be brought into the equation, choosing from robot manufacturers' options lists or spraygun suppliers with whom you're already familiar, to suit your particular process.
The solution is travel size atomisers like these White Patchouli ones from Tom Ford Beauty pounds 108, available from all good department stores.
Silver business card and stamp holders, perfume atomisers and name-card holders, are the items Mr David Hendley will be supplying.
The Voltiris Vapoflame perfume atomisers cost pounds 19.
In addition to Alba, the aluminium industry comprises Gulf Aluminium Rolling Mill Company (Garmco) which has probably the largest rolling mill in the region; Bahrain Aluminium Extrusion Company (Balexco), the first extrusion plant in the region; the Bahrain Saudi Aluminium Marketing Company (Balco) which is now concentrating its marketing of Alba and Balexco's products in the Middle East and GCC countries - a shift from the previous emphasis in the Far East, where even Japan is bit by recession and a downturn in construction activity; Midal Cables, which manufactures aluminium rods and conductors for overhead transmission lines; and Bahrain Atomisers International, which produces aluminium powder.
Production at Bahrain Atomisers International, which makes aluminium powders and pellets for use in a range of industries, climbed a mere 10 per cent in 2011, the company reported.