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increaser

[in′krēs·ər]
(engineering)
An adapter for connecting a small-diameter pipe to a larger-diameter pipe.

increaser

In plumbing, a tapered coupling for joining a pipe or conduit to another of larger size.
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The second margin is the average size of debt changes among increasers and non-increasers.
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5-inch product pipe; increaser kits are available to 28-inch OD.
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Beyond increasing fuel efficiency, the pneumatic system could be a drag reducer, drag increaser, safety factor, and a stabilizing device.

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