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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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Ten impinger sampling stations equipped as before were deployed along Van Eegan Road (Figure 1) on December 8 and 9 at 0.
Obviously, the amount emitted should increase as moisture content gets lower; however, the impinger technique yields one value for each compound for a drying cycle, and a chart similar to Figure 4 cannot be constructed.
Coverage of exposure data: studies with [less than or equal to] 30% of the exposure history covered by impinger or PCM-based measurements (1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 10, 13-16, 19)
Because the impinger or slit samplers used to collect viral aerosols are not well suited for the detection of low viral concentrations, filter sampling coupled with reverse-transcriptase polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) has been successfully used to measure SARS coronavirus aerosols (Booth et al.
He believes such abjection to be the road back to the real, and when Rodefer spits at the avant-gardist in "Titular," the impinger he yearns to see erased is the poet Rodefer, that bantam cock, that parrot, that cuckoo.
As the polymer passes through the mask, a vacuum is applied which draws the evolved gasses through a series of impingers which act as condensers for the volatile components.
It passes through an impinger containing a liquid test VOC of interest and then merges with the thermally conditioned primary air into the manifold, which provides a good mixing and a uniform concentration of a single test VOC to all channels.
He led a technical team, which implemented his innovative concept of flushing and neutralizing the resins and impinger solutions to mitigate effects of the acidic environment.
Exit gases are directed through a charcoal sorbent tube or water impinger where the organic volatiles are captured.
The full capacity Impinger[R] Low Profile Oven from Lincoln offers all the volume of the company's original Impinger I Oven in a compact, shorter frame that can be stacked up to three high, conserving space and providing greater flexibility in commercial kitchens.
Air sample methods can be controlled using cellulose or polyvinyl chloride (PVC) filter cassettes or a glass impinger at a flow rate of two liters per minute for 15 minutes.
Jim Silcox, acting Vice President of Sales and Marketing, has accepted that position full time and will be focusing on the Lincoln Impinger Ovens and the Merco Savory brands to be marketed as part of the Lincoln Equipment Division within Lincoln.