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pneumatic

1. of or concerned with air, gases, or wind
2. (of a machine or device) operated by compressed air or by a vacuum
3. containing compressed air
4. Theol
a. of or relating to the soul or spirit
b. of or relating to the Holy Ghost or other spiritual beings
5. (of the bones of birds) containing air spaces which reduce their weight as an adaptation to flying

pneumatic

[nu̇′mad·ik]
(engineering)
Pertaining to or operated by air or other gas.
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The air-pruning field transplanting system is an automatic transplanter that dislodges and transplants air-pruned plugs and seedlings pneumatically using an impulse vacuum system.
Three layers of foil will be pneumatically inflated to provide a large scale transparent and insulative skin.
Wilson and his colleagues, who have recently built a pneumatically driven robot arm.
In addition, pneumatically pre-tensioned ethylene tetrafluoroethylene (ETFE) film or sheeting offers a number of design possibilities at relatively low cost.
Tenders are invited for Supply (refer Eligibility Criteria at Pneumatically operated Air Lifting Bag for Rescue / Recovery Work
For filling of drums from 114 to 208 litres, a pneumatically actuated, telescoping drum filling adapter swivels inward for rapid connection to the fill head using quick-action clamps, after which an inlet plate is sealed against the rim of the drum.
Heated material is pneumatically pre-stretched by preblowing to ensure stretching is as uniform as possible.
The T-2800 also features an integrated test arm, a pneumatically controlled test head, and a sophisticated self diagnostics capability.
A pneumatically operated flush type plug valve was also supplied to eliminate dead spaces within the mix zone.
Locking jaws are pneumatically operated and can be adjusted for positive tube clamping without marking the tube.
This patented process uses a four-way spring loaded cleaning disc held in place by magnets while it is moved pneumatically over the filter/shaft.