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air cylinder

[′er ‚sil·ən·dər]
(mechanical engineering)
A cylinder in which air is compressed by a piston, compressed air is stored, or air drives a piston.
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For more information or a demonstration of the Air cylinder, look out for the Vax representative in Currys at Junction 9 of the M6 this month.
The signal from the transducer controls pressure parameters while final downward pressure is controlled by two Parker variable-voltage input DC air valves that supply the proper preset test pressure levels to the air cylinder on the articulating arm that performs the undulating motion on the spinal joint specimen being tested.
For example, the 42-inch clamp uses a 14-inch air cylinder creating 9,800 lbs.
Velvac has introduced its new Enforcer air cylinder series which is targeted toward the truck, recreational and specialty vehicles.
According to the company, the operating cost is 67% less than a comparable air cylinder.
It is understood to be a dead diver as there was an air cylinder attached to the body.
The colourful masks are fitted to a gas and air cylinder and children needing to undergo a medical procedure are soothed by the fruity smells and encouraged to play a spaceman or scuba diving game.
Contaminated products are ejected from the conveyor by a punch reject mechanism powered by an air cylinder.
Air cylinder regulation seems to be a simple concept.
They index their belts into position powered by an air cylinder.
A programmable, low-friction air cylinder can adjust electrode force parameters in 100-pound increments, ensuring the integrity of weld strength.
Manufactured from aircraft-grade aluminum alloy and polymers, the Talon uses a small, refillable, DOT-certified air cylinder that can be inexpensively filled from a standard scuba tank or from a high pressure hand pump.