carbon canister

carbon canister

[¦kär·bən ′kan·ə·stər]
(mechanical engineering)
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Recently, ejectors have found their use in evaporative emission control system to pull hydrocarbons (HC) stored in carbon canister and supply it to engine (canister purging).
The hardware (pump, filters, vapor lines, valves, carbon canister, etc.
10)bid Will Include A Single Carbon Canister Analysis
remove all temporary facilities and equipment including bypass piping and used carbon canisters from district properties.
The company provides complete assemblies for all fuel system applications, carbon canisters, brake fluid reservoirs with switch assemblies, electronic switching and fluid level control or mechanical float arrangements, and have automated pressure and electric testing to provide 100% traceability and control of products shipped.
Putting retrofitted carbon canisters on some of the more sensitive outlying pump stations of the wastewater treatment plant system - particularly one near Southbridge Fair plaza that sometimes leaves shoppers gasping - is part of the answer to reducing the problem, an official said.
The long-term strategy--which is now finally nearing construction after extensive permitting--will incorporate exhaust blowers with rechargeable carbon canisters at some vents and one-way intakes at others.
Tennex, a major supplier to automakers in Japan, Europe and North America, produces engine parts including air-intake systems, oil filters and carbon canisters.
Tennex Europe, is a major international manufacturer of automotive components that include air, fuel, pollen and fuel filter assemblies, together with air induction systems, carbon canisters, engine and rocker covers, resonators and oil coolers using a range of specialist polymers.