air receiver

air receiver

[′er ri‚sē·vər]
(mechanical engineering)
A vessel designed for compressed-air installations that is used both to store the compressed air and to permit pressure to be equalized in the system.

air receiver

On an air compressor, the air storage tank.
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The large 250 litre air receiver ensures smooth air flow delivery having been built to latest European standards 09/105 CE.
Consumers can watch GEM Sports' HD coverage of the 2012 Olympic Games by installing a small 50cm to 60cm dish and using a free to air receiver that can be found at any consumer electronics retailer.
The major consignment that includes the regeneration skids (biggest item), the absorber columns, air receiver skids and the complete interconnecting piping arrived in early September and is being delivered to the stores/sites in stages due to the heavy loads involved.
The remedy is simple and takes only a few minutes: Drain the air receiver tank.
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For air compressor drains and traps, is the drain valve on the air receiver open?
compressed air receiver tank, an electric compressor, a diesel-driven compressor and a control/monitoring panel with sensors.
In both cases the Sequans AIR receiver delivered performance gains well above the default receiver, measured at 7dB in the low mobility case and 9dB in the high mobility case.
Maximum durability is assured with heavy-duty, cast-iron construction, heavy gauge steel ASME air receiver, totally enclosed OSHA-approved belt guard, heavy-duty stainless steel valves, long-life industrial design compression and oil control rings, ductile iron crankshaft and large main roller bearings as standard equipment.
The high temperature air receiver is a prototype test component to validate the design for the advanced solar-turbine power system being developed by the Company.