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dissipator

[′dis·ə‚pād·ər]
(aerospace engineering)
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Use of clay treaters should be reviewed carefully as they also remove other additives such as the static dissipator.
All this would have been very moving and a great dissipator of cynicism if the skipper of the boat behind us had not shot the seal when it surfaced, pulled it aboard with a gaff and posed beside it for a group of Koreans, who paid him one krone per picture.
Energy dissipator, pumping station intake channel, and pumping station in the quarry's east lobe.
Tenders are invited for Work includes: approx 2 EA - drainage catch basin, 1 LS - drainage junction manhole, 475 LF - 12" diameter CMP, 190 LF - 18" diameter CMP, outlet energy dissipator, 48 EA - anchoring, asphalt concrete pavement.
Octel Performance Chemicals has responded by launching Octastat, a non-metallic static dissipator additive that increases the conductivity of a fluid level where the static electricity can be safely controlled and discharged through a proper earthed connection.
18" Class V RCP Storm Drain; 4 each Inlets, Type "S" (Single Wing); 3 each Inlets, Type "S" (Double Wing); 1 EA Yard Inlet; 1 Ea 15" Dissipator Headwall; 1 Ea 18" Dissipator Headwall; 1 Ea 15" Slope Paved Headwall; 25 tons Class II Rip-Rap over Mirafi 500X Geotextile; 1 LS Permanent Striping, Markings, and Legends, Class 2, Type A Traffic Stripe; 1 LS Traffic Control (To include drums, cones, arrow panel boards, signs, barricades, flagmen, etc.
Tenders are invited for Fiber Pump Light Dissipator