air bleed

air bleed

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i. A small hole in the fuel passage between the float bowl and the discharge nozzle of a float carburetor. This air bleed provides a more even mixture over a wide range of airflows to improve atomizing the fuel and reduces the size of the fuel metering force needed. This decreases the amount of restrictions at the venturi.
ii. Compressed air bled from gas turbine engines. It can be used in aircraft pressurization systems, cabin temperature control, boundary-layer control, and deicing and anti-icing systems.
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To bleed your radiator turn your heating system off, put an old cloth under the air bleed valve at the top of the radiator to catch any water, and very slowly turn the radiator key until you hear air hissing out.
Your support needs to follow the procedures from IETM 9-1055-1646-13&P for removing the old air bleed valve and installing the 90-degree pipe fitting.
These films are marketed under the 3M, Scotchcal, Scotchlite and Controltac brands, and many of them include 3M's innovative Comply brand adhesive with air bleed channels.
The unit uses a dual-stage filter and a clean air bleed in the detection chamber to help prevent contamination by dust.
Applications in tire vulcanization include use as innovative curing bladder coatings, where they increase production capacities and simultaneously reduce operating costs; as band ply lubes that combine outstanding lubricity with good air bleed properties, lowering the reject rate; and as abrasion-resistant outside tire paints with excellent air bleed properties, resulting in a flawless sidewall with a uniform surface finish, according to the brochure.
For maximum reliability, system features automatic air bleed, low-pressure switch, over-temperature protection, pressure-relief valve, and microprocessor controls with easy-to-read digital display and high/low-temperature alarms.
The lawsuits have been resolved as part of a global settlement between 3M and Avery Dennison of patent disputes involving structured release liners, structured adhesives having air bleed capabilities and structured adhesives having repositionable capabilities.
To do this, turn the system off and allow it to cool down, then put a rag under the air bleed valve at the top of the affected radiator to catch any water.
5 300119336 prv & air bleed assly, part no 01-60-10 -0 for multiflo metering
During that time tuning adjustments are limited to jet changes, air bleed changes, emulsion changes, float level manipulation, and ignition timing changes made only by moving the distributor.
Both lubrication and air bleed are supplied from a variety of available water based silicone emulsions blended with fillers, such as mica, talc and clay.
For maximum reliability, the system features automatic air bleed, low-pressure switch, over-temperature protection, and pressure-relief valve.