air separator

air separator

[¦er ‚sep·ə¦rād·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
A device that uses an air current to separate a material from another of greater density or particles from others of greater size.

air separator

An apparatus for separating ground-up materials pneumatically into various sizes.
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Innovation: The ONE, a three-in-one expansion tank, air separator and dirt separator.
The contract lists that the the system will also include duty and standby pumps, a pressurisation unit, expansion tank, automatic chemical dosing system, air separator, treated fresh air handling units, energy recovery units, air handling units and 700 fan coil units.
NESTRO's air separator uses clever airflow technology to pneumatically lift up the lightest materials, such as plastic film and paper.
diameter Fisher Air Separator is a field-proven machine that effectively removes unwanted fines from abrasive and non-abrasive aggregate applications.
This will reportedly be the eleventh air separator that Linde has built for ThyssenKrupp.
The biggest addition to the company will be a 50,000-square-foot air separator in Moses Lake, which will allow the company to speed up delivery and decrease shipping costs, while at the same time venture into new markets on the west side of the Cascades.
It gives the cost-effective sizing with precisely defined cut-points of materials previously requiring complex and expensive air separator processes and may be run continuously without any risk of overheating and the degradation or melting of heat-sensitive products.
A central dust extraction system was comprised of a large, filter-element dust collector with a smaller cyclone air separator on the clean air return.
Racor makes a commitment to the environment with 1 Lifeguard, a fuel air separator that prevents fuel from escaping overboard from vent lines during refueling.
Laitram Machinery's new AS-MAX Air Separator is an ideal and economical solution for high volume shrimp processing plants.
In zinc-air batteries, oxygen contacts a positively charged electrode made of porous carbon, and water in the electrode reacts to form a hydroxyl, which migrates through an air separator to a negatively charged electrode consisting of a zinc gel.