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air cylinder

[′er ‚sil·ən·dər]
(mechanical engineering)
A cylinder in which air is compressed by a piston, compressed air is stored, or air drives a piston.
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Connections to the preselected positions are made by means of a positioning drive, encoder, and locking air cylinder for both destination and source.
For more information or a demonstration of the Air cylinder, look out for the Vax representative in Currys at Junction 9 of the M6 this month.
Dies are manufactured in Rollstock's facility from solid aluminum block and lifted by a triple knee lever system, driven by a four inch air cylinder with variable height control.
For example, the 42-inch clamp uses a 14-inch air cylinder creating 9,800 lbs.
According to the company, the operating cost is 67% less than a comparable air cylinder.
A SHERIFF has ruled a diver's death could have been avoided if he had been carrying an extra air cylinder.
It is understood to be a dead diver as there was an air cylinder attached to the body.
The colourful masks are fitted to a gas and air cylinder and children needing to undergo a medical procedure are soothed by the fruity smells and encouraged to play a spaceman or scuba diving game.
Air cylinder regulation seems to be a simple concept.
A programmable, low-friction air cylinder can adjust electrode force parameters in 100-pound increments, ensuring the integrity of weld strength.
Manufactured from aircraft-grade aluminum alloy and polymers, the Talon uses a small, refillable, DOT-certified air cylinder that can be inexpensively filled from a standard scuba tank or from a high pressure hand pump.
It should not be too difficult to put scent in the air cylinder that supplies the bubbles.