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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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.
Mr Papanek said that when his friend collapsed they tried to put the air regulator in his mouth but his jaw was clamped tight.
Each air regulator is fully pressure and leak tested prior to factory shipment.
There is a slight bit of anticipation when you're at the bottom of a ten-foot tank and you're pretending to be stuck and you've got to take your air regulator out and your goggles off after they say, 'Three, two, one' But we had divers standing by who were just amazing.
US air regulator The Federal Aviation Administration said that California-based IT firm Impress Technology Solutions Inc has been awarded a blanket purchase agreement master ordering agreement under the electronic FAA Accelerated & Simplified Tasks III (eFAST) programme.
An experienced clean air regulator who spent the last few years in charge of the agency's clean air programs, McCarthy previously served as a top state environmental official under Republican governors in both Connecticut and Massachusetts.
The air flow in the venturi zone is regulated using a bypass air regulator, and a portion of the cleaning air is blown off through a bleed-air valve at the back of the DeDuster to generate the necessary negative pressure at the DeDuster outlet.
Welding temperature is precisely adjusted by rotating an air regulator until the desired air pressure is reached on the pressure gauge.