antipercolator

antipercolator

[‚an·tē′pər·kə‚lād·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
In an automotive engine, a valve in the carburetor that is designed to vent vapor when the throttle plate is closed; prevents fuel from dropping into the carburetor due to unvented pressure.
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