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airtight

[′er‚tīt]
(engineering)
Not permitting the passage of air. Also known as airproof.
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Leaves can then be stored in an airtight tin or jar.
Reinforcing the suture line with fibrin glue adds strength to the line, creates an airtight seal, isolates the innominate artery from the anastomosis, and provides a medium for the local delivery of antibiotics.
The airtight construction theory had not accounted for the addition of more oxygen from the canisters.
In addition to the pending action, Aerohive also intends to pursue a request for reexamination of the AirTight patent by the United States Patent Office, and Aerohive believes that the patent will be determined to be invalid.
FLASH CHILL: Fill to the top with ice, seal airtight and shake for 30 seconds.
For enterprises such as retail, hospitality or quick serve restaurants, AirTight Cloud Services provide a secure WLAN network with minimum cost and complexity while satisfying all PCI DSS wireless security requirements at no additional expense," said Jatin Parekh, Vice President of Product Management at AirTight.
AirTight Networks(R), the leading provider of wireless intrusion prevention systems (WIPS) and services, today announced that Sean Stanton has joined AirTight as Director of Business Development and Strategic Alliances.
Transfer to an airtight container and refrigerate until ready to use.
Because many of the species Khijniak's team works with thrive under low-oxygen conditions, the researchers speed up the bacteria's action by enclosing the swatches in airtight bottles.
Let cool completely in pan, then scrape into an airtight container.
It is able to perform tests at the industry sample pressure setting in as little as 6 sec, and an expanding 0-ring maintains an airtight seal during testing.
A new flapper-type check valve, for use where a single material line feeds multiple receivers, is made of stainless steel with a Neoprene gasket for a secure, airtight seal.