charcoal canister

charcoal canister

[′chär‚kōl ′kan·ə′stər]
(mechanical engineering)
In an evaporative control system, a container filled with activated charcoal that traps gasoline vapors emitted by the fuel system. Also known as canister; carbon canister.
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com) has developed an electronically controlled fuel tank venting system that uses software to control the transmission of fuel vapors to a charcoal canister while keeping liquid fuel confined to the fuel tank.
The Ministry of Economy and Commerce (MEC) has announced the recall of 2010, 2011 and 2014 Lexus CT200h models and the 2010 Toyota Zelas TC model due to a possible leak in the charcoal canister.
Tenders are invited for provide charcoal canister test kits to the parents of newborn children and other potential public outreach projects such as school projects and hot-spot surveys.
TOM: To contain the vapors and prevent air pollution, your fuel system is kept under constant pressure, so the vapors are pushed into a charcoal canister, where they're trapped and held.
The two most common devices used for measuring indoor radon concentrations are the alpha track detector and the charcoal canister.
Alpha track detectors often are used to confirm elevated radon levels first detected through charcoal canister screening and provide a better estimate of average radon concentrations over time.
Charcoal canister or pressurized vent systems are available.
Measuring radon levels in a home has traditionally required leaving a charcoal canister in the living area for 4 to 7 days, or a more sophisticated alpha (radiation)-track device in the home for up to a year.
The Enviro-Fill pressure relief system will allow the boat builder to meet the EPA requirements for capturing fuel vapor (emissions) through either a pressure or a charcoal canister system.
Radon detectors such as charcoal canisters, electret ion detectors and alpha track detectors are available at hardware stores, health departments or the Lung Association.
Several passive devices, including alpha track detectors, charcoal canisters, charcoal liquid scintillation detectors, and electret ion chambers, are all effective testing options.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) measurement protocols (except duplicate charcoal canisters were not deployed).