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carburetion

[‚kär·bə′rā·shən]
(chemical engineering)
The process of enriching a gas by adding volatile carbon compounds, such as hydrocarbons, to it, as in the manufacture of carbureted water gas.
(mechanical engineering)
The process of mixing fuel with air in a carburetor.

carburetion

The process by which air and fuel vapors are mixed in suitable proportions and the supply of the mixture is then regulated.
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All Barricade hose manufactured in 2012 will be printed with a new EPA Family Name on the lay line - CGTSPLINEBF1 for Fuel Injection Hose and CGTSPLINEBG1 for Carburetion Hose - in addition to the CARB Executive Order Certification Number.
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