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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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Improvements to dry air pump design have extended their lives.
Diffuser manufacturers in Europe approached Rena's sister company in Annecy, France, to design a reliable air pump to deliver dosages that would not interfere with the aromatherapy, for example, by contact with metal that could contaminate the oils.
The company's mission, which is to provide an inexpensive quality product, is a driving force behind Bailey's decision to use extensively tested air pumps and other components.
com shown), add a multi-purpose lid for even more storage, and fire up the air pump.
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For the intermittent mode, aeration was controlled by a timer that turned the air pump on and off at a two-hour interval.
It discovered that the specialty design of its air pump, which had been previously tested in medical products, aquariums, lab instruments, and other industrial systems, was an ideal fit for aromatherapy products.
The English physicist Robert Hooke (1635-1701) designed an air pump that worked better and more quickly than Guericke's (see 1645).
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Curtains cover the garage door and the room has a sofa, TV, wall lights plus an air pump for tyres.
The panel powers an air pump that sits on the floor of the water tank.
Specifically, things like the array of sensors and interfaces and suchlike that are part and parcel of the 300M IT-Edition (yes, as in "information technology") and the Concierge Jeep Grand Cherokee (with everything from a voice activated key fob to an automatic tire air pump for each wheel).