individual vent

individual vent

individual vent
Of a plumbing fixture, a pipe which vents a fixture drain and which is connected to the main vent above it.
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And the operator no longer has to remove and replace individual vent plugs.
Each individual vent zone has a progressively decreasing channel depth.
The wide-looking dashboard with its four central spotlight-style vents, and the individual vents at the right and left ends of the dashboard, reinforce the sporty impression.
Puffs of these smoke signals can extend for tens of kilometers horizontally, though, making it difficult to discern between individual vents in closely grouped clusters.
In the passenger area, individual vents are mounted on twelve points, off-center, lengthwise, on the van's ceiling.
If using individual vents, for most parts there should be one vent per 12 inches (25-50 mm) of parting line, or with smaller parts, around 25% of the total parting line.
You can adjust the cabin's temperature via the control panel on the centre stack and can even fine-tune the airflow coming from individual vents.
Most material was collected at individual vents at the 9[degrees]N East Pacific Rise vent field (Table 1).
Begin by (1) cutting in a series of individual vents near the ridge or (2) installing a continuous ridge vent.
Forty-eight individual vents on the standard model and 24 on the carbine version increase the airflow to the barrel.
Heated front seats, climate control with individual vents for all passengers and a TV-style remote control for the entertainment system are all standard on the Initiale as is a panoramic sunroof - although with such an expanse of glass it makes for a very bright interior on a sunny day.
The cycle of birth and death of individual vents and vent fields and their spacing along the mid-ocean ridge are not well-understood.

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