air ring

air ring

[′er ‚riŋ]
(engineering)
In plastics forming, a circular manifold which distributes an even flow of cool air into a hollow tubular form passing through the manifold.
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Ten minutes later, the flock had come within gunshot, and were making the air ring with their hoarse cries.
Faster and faster, vying with one another, they moved at the double or at a trot, vanishing amid the clouds of dust they raised and making the air ring with a deafening roar of mingling shouts.
brother, outside, made the air ring with cries louder than Mousa's.
Can't last at this rate," say the knowing ones, while the partisans of each make the air ring with their shouts and counter-shouts of encouragement, approval, and defiance.
Tenders are invited for Air Ring Gauge And Setting Plugs Required Water Pump Shaft Out Side Dia 36.
The SES comprises a small air ring that fits any air ring or die that is constructed of aluminum and fits between the die and the primary cooling ring.
As a result, it only requires one air ring to achieve a stabilisation of the film bubble.
Sweeney and Campbell (14) reported on the importance of interaction of various process variables, polymer properties, and air ring design on bubble instability.
For four hours, 15 man mountains threw each other around the specially-constructed open air ring on Edgbaston Street on Saturday afternoon.
The new Tandem external gauge control (TEGC) system is said to combine the gauge control efficiency of Addex's EGC air ring, with a bubble stabilising lower air ring which achieves 15 to 30 percent greater output compared to the company's standard EGC system.
By installing the SES between the die and the air ring Future Design has proven that their system will reduce up to 80% of airborne contamination.