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airtight

[′er‚tīt]
(engineering)
Not permitting the passage of air. Also known as airproof.
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The Member for Stretton, Duncan Pegg, said he fully supported Operation Romeo Airtight.
Our tapes support this, delivering measurable airtight, acoustic and thermal sealing properties."
The internally plasticized sealant reduces dirt pickup, eliminates yellowing, protects against protruding nails and forms a permanently flexible, airtight and water-resistant seal, offering exceptional protection from environmental conditions.
Unlike the unbridled burn of a fireplace, an airtight stove allows you to influence the rate of combustion by limiting the amount of available oxygen within the stove.
Store in an airtight container in the fridge for up to three days and use as needed or freeze in ice cube trays.
Storing leftover chapatti dough: Store it in an airtight container in the refrigerator after applying a little oil over it to prevent it from drying.
1 Working in batches, toast the oatmeal, spelt flakes and barley in a large, dry frying pan for 5 mins until golden, then leave to cool and store in an airtight container.
In addition, water vapor transmission rate (WVTR) testing was conducted on cups, quarts and airtight containers made of polypropylene, and on standard breakfast cereal packaging systems-high-density polyethylene pouches in paperboard boxes.
AirTight Networks said it continues to drive its vision of simplifying connectivity to the digital world with the successful launch of new customer and partner-focused online communities.
Quadpack's makeup division has released a new airtight version of Jumbo Stick, its high-performance pen for lip or eye color.
After the onion rings are totally dry, place them In an airtight bag or container until you're ready to use them.