air pump


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air pump

a device for pumping air in or out of something

air pump

[′er ‚pəmp]
(mechanical engineering)
A device for removing air from an enclosed space or for adding air to an enclosed space.

Air Pump

[′er ‚pəmp]
(astronomy)

air pump

A pump used to exhaust or to compress air, or force it through another apparatus. Also see air compressor.
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Can I interest you in one of our air pumps today, madam?
Air is injected through a tube that connects the air pump to the cylinder.
This was thought to be a cost-effective approach because no air pump was needed.
What you get: Quick release lockable front swivel wheel, raincover, play tray, cosytoes, changing bag, shopping basket and air pump.
Sixteen heavy horses will pit their strength against the laws of nature in a re-enactment of a 17th-century experiment by the inventor of the air pump.
The "AAA" Micro Air Pump is this company's smallest pump to date.
The air pump hangars perform double duty by keeping the bait station on top of the milk crate.
It is a unit with an ozone tube, ozone power and air pump in one plastic case.
AN EXPERIMENT ON A BIRD IN THE AIR PUMP - what a name and what a band.
Consider that with one socket adapter and a 70 watt Pocket Pal inverter, you can run a small aquarium air pump to--to steal the phrase--"Po-Boy" air condition.
According to MANN+HUMMEL, the 11-ounce charger, which is driven by the pressure differences on the throttle valve, requires no electrical energy, takes up less than one-third of the space of an electric secondary air pump and works as a turbocharger.
Water culture is as simple as putting an aquarium bubble stone attached to an air pump in a tray of nutrient rich water.