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extractor

[ik′strak·tər]
(chemical engineering)
An apparatus for solvent-contact with liquids or solids for removal of specified components.
(computer science)
(engineering)
A machine for extracting a substance by a solvent or by centrifugal force, squeezing, or other action.
An instrument for removing an object.
(ordnance)
A device in the breech mechanism of a gun, rifle, or the like, for pulling an empty cartridge case or an unfired cartridge out of the chamber of a gun, rifle, or the like.
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First, I researched what I could about a replacement extractor and found one available from a parts source.
The iPhone Backup Extractor Professional allows users to open encrypted iTunes backups easily and quickly.
The telltale sign is the extractor leaving its impression on the case rim or, worse, tearing a chunk out of it.
difficile, NCTC 11209 and ribotype 001/072, survived the simulated washer extractor cycle with an industrial detergent.
When an extractor won't extract, it's often not the fault of the piece itself.
Controlled-round-feed actions cannot promise this because the bottom of the bolt face must remain open to allow the cartridge to feed up against the bolt face in order to be trapped there by the extractor.
Pullman Ermator manufactures dust and slurry management solutions including dust extractor systems, dry/wet vacuums, and air scrubbers for the light construction industry.
A The quickest and probably the easiest solution is to simply replace the extractor. The one you have probably has some major burrs or flaws or the claw could be deformed.
Check for extractor kits from CAGE 06MA8 dated prior to 2014.
Watch manager Peter Marnic said: "It appears that an aerosol can may have been used as a blow torch and this was then involved in fire along with part of an extractor fan.
The Extractor will be cost effectively priced, adding to its appeal.
FIRE crews were sent to a cereal factory yesterday after smoke poured out of an extractor fan.