air regulator

air regulator

[¦er ¦reg·yə‚lād·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
A device for regulating airflow, as in the burner of a furnace.
(mining engineering)
An adjustable door installed in permanent air stoppings to control ventilating current.

air regulator

A device for regulating airflow, as in the burner of a furnace.
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An air regulator which controls the amount of air supplied to the -pump.
Meanwhile, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, the state's air regulator, has limited jurisdiction over such facilities, and only those with certain types of equipment require air permits to operate.
And new restrictions on vintage aircraft taking part in flying displays, announced yesterday by air regulator the Civil Aviation Authority, will be followed fully.
Amman, July 26 (Petra) -- Jordan's civil air regulator said it lodged a complaint with relevant international organizations against Israel's plans to build an airport near the Kingdom's southern borders.
In addition to ceramic coating the exhaust, JMW Motorsport will use ZircoFlex heatshield on the gearbox air regulator and bulkhead to minimize the adverse effects of heat soak in endurance racing.
Mr Papanek said that when his friend collapsed they tried to put the air regulator in his mouth but his jaw was clamped tight.
M2 EQUITYBITES-September 12, 2014--US air regulator OKs polypropylene pipe for civilian airports
Each air regulator is fully pressure- and leak-tested prior to shipment.
Each air regulator is fully pressure and leak tested prior to factory shipment.
Meanwhile in Brazilia, Brazil's air regulator has just approved 1,973 new flights that it hopes will meet demand during the World Cup and keep fares from soaring.
The At-Hand Inline Air Regulator can adjust operating pressure from 40 to 140 psi and has a slim profile, so you'll hardly know it's there.