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venting

The replacement of air that is carried out from a stack into the building drain and sewer by waste.
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Residual volatiles/gases remain within the compounded pellet as a result of insufficient venting within the extruder barrel.
With multi-cavity tooling, venting differences can often be the key reason for flow imbalances between the cavities.
This technique dries lumber with a period of heating, during which no venting occurs, followed by a period of intense venting, or dump cycle, during which there is no heat or spray.
It expands the venting area to the 3-inch diameter of the cone, giving it more breathing room and greater protection.
Practical results show that the downward movement of the liquid metal from the feeder head is significantly improved when the venting chamber is used.
With part details such as bosses and ribs, venting can be critical and can have a large impact on resolving maintenance and quality issues.
On the first floor of one-story buildings or the top floor of a multistory building, the venting should be through a duct laid flat and terminating through a gable wall.
Venting a new mold often seems to be an afterthought.
Voids that formed in the foam patterns generally were accepted to be a result of poor packing density during the fill step due to insufficient air or bead flow, water on the tooling, poor venting, etc.
The real problem is [learning] how prevalent venting is on the seafloor.
They had discovered the fifth and, at the time, newest site of hydrothermal venting on the seafloor, a place now known as the Main Endeavour Field.
The air vent also features an anti-rotation and anti-vibration float system that ensures the efficient operation of the float, providing for reliable venting and long life.