air pump

Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Legal, Acronyms, Encyclopedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Synonyms for air pump

a pump that moves air in or out of something

References in periodicals archive ?
Can I interest you in one of our air pumps today, madam?
On de-iced airplanes, it's not uncommon for the regulator valve to malfunction, causing a constant load on the air pump, which can dramatically shorten its life.
Air is injected through a tube that connects the air pump to the cylinder.
This was thought to be a cost-effective approach because no air pump was needed.
Air Pump Sand & Gravel also pumped 800 tons of material into abandoned pedestrian tunnels in Los Angeles under the 110 freeway near Dodger Stadium.
What you get: Suitable from three months, seat pad, footmuff, quick release lockable swivel front wheels, air pump, raincover and wheel covers.
The Rena 301ES air pump, which combines a simple design, low maintenance, and rugged construction, is suitable for OEM applications such as air sampling, ozone generation, water purification, and medical device components.
Squeeze the air pump and the catnip mouse peeks out from the cheese and emits a realistic mouse squeak via a microchip.
The resulting package was both eye-catching and illustrated the air pump feature.
The VacuMaster Pump consists of a 1 HP TEFC motor, 20 CFM oil protected vane air pump, stainless steel transfer cell, timer control panel, and a 24v safety control.
A miniature air pump designed and marketed by Rena OEM Sales in Charlotte, N.
The main component of Bailey's quality breast pump is the air pump used to extract the breast milk.
Sixteen heavy horses will pit their strength against the laws of nature in a re-enactment of a 17th-century experiment by the inventor of the air pump.
The "AAA" Micro Air Pump is this company's smallest pump to date.
The experiment of the title isn't the only one on hand in Shelagh Stephenson's play "An Experiment With an Air Pump.