mixing chamber

mixing chamber

[′mik·siŋ ‚chām·bər]
(engineering)
The space in a welding torch in which the gases are mixed.
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Tenders are invited for Breaking and preparation of floor of sand mixing chamber of 2/3 pits at bhagabandh colliery under pb area
A tapered mixing chamber is available as a new option on the larger TrueBlend TB-250 through TB-900 models.
Layback refers to the ram position at full down stroke and where in the mixing chamber throat it sits, above the position where the chamber bore/sides and throat are conjoined (figure 1).
Feeding and draining channels of the first mixing chambers are then closed and the second mixing chamber is fed according to the same procedure, with the second component of the blend which does not contain any fluoresceine.
There is easy access to all material contact surfaces of the blender, hoppers, feeders, weigh chamber, and mixing chamber, permitting rapid color change without the use of tools.
Sherwood Scientific's five-element Model 360 flame photometer is a single channel unit built around the same mixing chamber, burner stem and burner head found in the company's Model 410.
The Artist Series modules feature an LED array within a mixing chamber below a separated phosphor plate.
The mixing chamber is removable for cleaning and the complete structure is protected with impact resistant powder coating.
Dual access mixing chamber doors for easy cleaning and maintenance.
It dispenses each component with the highest precision directly into the mixing chamber.
The shaft speed is variable from 1000 to 3500 rpm and a set of pneumatically operated, external rollers continuously flex the mixing chamber keeping it clear of build-up and maintaining the mixing condition.
Due to the moderate primary gas fluidization of the annulus, solids overflow the upper edge of the central nozzle, are mixed into the high upward velocity central secondary gas stream and transported into the mixing chamber.