air mover

air mover

[′er ‚müv·ər]
(mining engineering)
A portable compressed-air appliance, used as a blower or exhauster.
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affiliate, adding design capability and high-performance air blower technology to the air mover product portfolio of Boyd Corp.
Figure 2b shows the sampling line for the 0.038 m diameter prototype; it consisted of a dilution airflow blower (model 119104, Ametek, Inc.) with HEFA filter for intake air, a thermocouple thermometer (4015CC, Cole-Parmer LLC), a particle mass monitor (pDR-1200, Thermo Fisher Inc.), a pressure gage, an after-filter and an air mover (e.g., pump).
Cooling Air Water Droplet Droplet Mass approach/ pressure pressure size velocity flow nozzle (MPa) (MPa) (um) (m/s) rate (kg/min) Ambient -- -- -- -- -- Air mover 0.1 -- -- -- -- Hydraulic -- 0.3 80 1.74 0.3413 Ultrasonic 0.35 0.3 81 4.99 0.3493 Ultrasonic 0.25 0.25 78 4.51 0.352 Pneumatic 0.15 0.2 24 12.53 0.3322 Cooling Average Std.
Instead, rent an extractor (if available) or carpet cleaner (shown; $65 per day), an air mover fan or two ($42 per day) and a large commercial dehumidifier ($100 per day; see p.
When power consumption reaches a limit, air cooling alone will be more difficult in providing proper airflow distributions, reasonable power consumption on the air movers (power consumption is proportional to the cube of air mover speed), and attaining proper acoustic levels for operators to work in.
For thermal management in data centers, the HotSpotr HT-500 under-floor air mover automatically adjusts airflow in front of a rack or groups of racks in the event of thermal rise due to poor airflow, rack density or cooling system failure.
And the more hogs you produce, the more biodegradable waste material hits the revolving air mover.
Windmere's 16-inch Air Mover, for example, is engineered with a unique "wave" oscillation that creates a side-to-side, up-and-down, variable-speed wave pattern that resembles a tropical breeze.
At times, bringing in ah air mover to supplement the building's ventilation can help to ensure that drying occurs within a reasonable amount of time.
In the second method, a 17% decrease in total cycle time was attained with 0.1 MPa (1 bar) compressed air supply to the air mover.