air belt

air belt

[′er ‚belt]
(mechanical engineering)
The chamber which equalizes the pressure that is blasted into the cupola at the tuyeres.
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A recent example is its energy-efficient hot air belt dryers, already winning rave reviews in Argentina as well as such European countries as the Netherlands, Belgium and the UK.
designs, develops, and manufactures driver, passenger, side-impact, roll-over curtain, knee bolster, and air belt inflators and modules for automotive manufacturers in North America.
An ENSO influence could explain the vaguely persistent dry air belt aloft, while the opposite sees regular moist inflow to the eastern sub-continent and upper advection across mid continent, all supported by anticyclonic movement around the continent.
Namibia is usually limited to the extremities of the cold front and its ability to bring very cold conditions in the rather narrow turbulent air belt immediately behind.
designs, develops, and manufactures driver, passenger, side-impact, rollover curtain, knee bolster, and air belt inflators and modules for automotive manufacturers in North America.
One such system is sold by Air Belt Systems under the trade name "IntelliFlow CARE BAG.
HONDA's designers have come up with a new air belt which inflates automatically following a signal from an impact sensor.