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airtight

[′er‚tīt]
(engineering)
Not permitting the passage of air. Also known as airproof.
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Re-burn stoves are not airtight, drawing in a secondary air flow which is preset by the factory.
It appears that once a breakfast cereal package is opened, the product's shelf life can be extended by storing the cereal in airtight polypropylene containers in order to limit any gains in moisture content.
AirTight Networks simplifies connectivity to the digital world as a global leader in highly secure cloud-managed Wi-Fi solutions.
The airtight jar is made out of polypropylene plastic (PP), acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) and styrene acrylonitrile (SAN) material.
by new UI from AirTight, which has received the highest rating of 'Strong
AirTight Networks is the global leader in wireless security and compliance solutions.
AirTight's Cloud Services allow restaurants, hospitality venues and retailers to expand their relationship with customers with Wi-Fi based, value-added services such as customized content and e-coupon special deals," said Jack Torgow, Vice President of Sales for AirTight.
up for pouring out snacks and down for an airtight seal
Airtight Networks security wireless researcher Md Sohail Ahmad uncovered the flaw, demonstrating just how easy it is to hack into an encrypted wireless network without breaking the encryption key.
Make sure any furnace ducts are airtight, and any plumbing and electrical penetrations too.
lt;p>So says Gopinath KN, director of engineering at AirTight Networks, a wireless intrusion-prevention system (WIPS) and service company that has analyzed the SoftAP capability.
The rubber seal makes the lids airtight, but don't put them in the dishwasher - handwash only is recommended.