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high-pressure

Physics, Engineering having, using, involving, or designed to withstand a pressure above normal pressure
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Part 3 - High-pressure hoses, the number of braids 4, SH shell type, hardware type Stecko,
The scientists tested high-pressure processing on Queso Fresco using 400 MPa to 600 MPa pressure and hold times of up to 25 minutes.
High-pressure compressors generally use closed-type three-dimensional impellers.
If you see someone blasting the inside of their vehicle with a high-pressure hose and their radio is still inside, shut their water off
This high-pressure proportioner utilizes super-charged, high-pressure axial piston pumps for processing unfilled, nonabrasive, noncorrosive materials.
These stainless steel diverters are designed for rugged, high-pressure service, offer unobstructed flow to minimize product degradation and allow conveying to multiple destinations.
The market challenged us to improve high-pressure pneumatic pure air generation technology," said Michael J.
Woodgrain items are offered in high-pressure laminate and matching LamMates[TM] thermal-fused melamine panels in general purpose, postforming, and vertical forming grades in popular sheet sizes.
Two Cannon high-pressure axial piston pumps, driven by variable speed AC electric motors, enable precise metering.
B) High-pressure air sometimes settles over a region, blocking winds that bring rain-bearing low-pressure systems.

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