accidental air

entrapped air, accidental air

Voids in concrete, usually 1 mm or more in diameter, resulting from air not purposely entrained.
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Specifically, the facility did not take sufficient measures to prevent accidental air releases of hazardous substances which include the inspection, testing and preventive maintenance of flammable gas and flame detectors, firefighting equipment, and oil storage tanks as well as pressure vessels and associated piping systems.
We are well aware of the usual complications of external vascular accesses--namely infection, bacteremia, thrombosis (clotting), flow problems (placement), accidental dislodging or cutting, kinking, central venous stenosis, and accidental air emboli, to name a few.
The combined use of the RFID enabled Ultraject(TM) prefilled syringes with the RFID enabled Optivantage(TM) contrast delivery system prevents an accidental air embolism caused from using an empty used syringe as well as accidental patient cross-contamination from using a partially used syringe in another patient exam.
ISLAMABAD - The coalition forces in Afghanistan hit a Pakistani border checkpost in the North Waziristan tribal area Monday, in an accidental air strike, killing one paramilitary man and injuring two others, Defense Ministry officials said.
But also, who could be better at participating in a plan to protect grammar school children from a dangerous accidental air emission than the school nurse; who better to develop a plan for decontaminating patients with chemical burns than an emergency room nurse; and who better to be involved in developing an effective warning system and evacuation plan for the community residents than a community/public health nurse?
Crowds have been on the streets of cities around China since the accidental air strike on Friday night.
Auto Security Plus offers increased limits for transportation expenses, OEM replacement parts, and coverage for a loan/lease gap, travel expense, reward for information leading to conviction if the vehicle is stolen, and accidental air bag deployment.
The Agency charged International Paper Company with failing to notify the proper agencies following an accidental air release of 88 pounds of chlorine from its Ticonderoga plant in July of 1990.