air register


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air register

[′er ‚rej·ə·stər]
(engineering)
A device attached to an air-distributing duct for the purpose of controlling the discharge of air into the space to be heated, cooled, or ventilated.

register

supply register
1. A grille having a damper, 1 for regulating the quantity of air passing through it.
2. A list of buildings, constructions, objects, or sites that are of historic local, state, provincial, or national interest. Such lists are maintained by designated governmental agencies.
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In the case of the air register, for example, there are three cavities for each tool: one for the vents, one for the rod, and one for the housing.
Heating pros try to solve this problem by locating warm air registers and radiators under windows to counteract those drafts and to mix the cold air with warm air (Fig.
The air registers cannot be operated such that the supplied swirler operates to deswirl the airflow entering into the swirler.
We've looked above ceilings and found ducts and air registers and cans that are blowing and aren't connected to anything says O'Donnell.
The furnace selected for the present research has tangential over fire air registers to aid the suspension burning.
To hide the remaining air registers, Fitzpatriek's team placed the center vents behind an abstract grille located above the slide-out glovebox, while the rear vents are hidden between the chrome trim and wood on the back of the front seats.
Typical applications include: utility boiler burner air registers, over-fire air ports or any industrial final control element requiring precise positioning with long, linear actuation.
Because they are produced by inefficient combustion, the particles tend to be large, clustered around air registers, under doors, and above radiators.
The best-designed air conditioning system will generate an air throw of just over 10,000 cfm per 100 tons, which is felt only by those working closest to the air registers.