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impinger

[im′pin·jər]
(engineering)
A device used to sample dust in the air that draws in a measured volume of dusty air and directs it through a jet to impact on a wetted glass plate; the dust particles adhering to the plate are counted.
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The C-Spray System features an impinge mix gun that is capable of circulating two component chemicals through the gun impingement rod and back to the supply reservoirs when not spraying.
Each one has its own environment and doesn't impinge on the others," McNeil explains.
Utilitarian details such as eaves, gutters or drainpipes do not impinge on the spooky purity of the abstract volumes.
To fill those cracks, the body creates bone deposits, or ``spurs,'' which impinge movement.
Pounds professes as geographer in "Parish, Its Bounds and Divisions", a chapter which incorporates boundaries and the secular ceremony of perambulation, population, and settlement, all of which inevitably impinge on configurations of parishes (their multiplying, merging, and decaying).
Flipping through these pages shows that, more than any of his fellow sculptors, Cragg reintegrates discordant traditions, notably those of the readymade and of "formalism," of abstraction and of figuration, even of sculpture and of painting (since his multicolored plastic wall pieces of the early '80s clearly impinge upon pictorial issues, at once paralleling and criticizing the figurative painting of their day while definitively liberating him from the influence of Carl Andre, to whose art all of Cragg's work of the '70s had been a series of imaginative rejoinders).
The organization is also opposing legislation which might impinge upon the rights of cooperative boards to approve apartment transfers.
Confusing Strategy with Tactics-In a budgetary sense, the more that expenses of a marketing program impinge on a foundry's survival power, the more strategic they become.
Tadao Ando's involvement with Naoshima Island dates back to the late 1980s, when he first designed a museum for contemporary art, conceived as a series of typically ascetic containers partially submerged underground so as to impinge as lightly as possible on the landscape.
Shakespeare's Noise actively engages with legal definitions of slander and libel as these impinge on metaphoric and philosophical meanings.
Even though they say it doesn't, it does in my mind impinge on sort of religious foundations.
The RWP for YKB's Individual rating also reflects the positive impact from KFS's plans to reduce the non-core assets that impinge on bank's free capital.