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Synonyms for extractor

an instrument for extracting tight-fitting components

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an apparatus that uses centrifugal force to separate particles from a suspension

a mechanism in a firearm that pulls an empty shell case out of the chamber and passes it to the ejector

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The addition of our new fume extractor and dust extractor to the program helps protect technicians and create a clean environment while they are working on the F-150 truck.
purchase washer extractors with a pre-extract load distribution speed to help prevent damaging vibration during extraction.
The Generation 3000 range has a washer extractor for every sector of the market.
Verdict: With this model you feed the item to be juiced into an extractor so both fruit and vegetables can be used.
Continuous Flow Recycling technology is designed to provide advanced moisture-controlled cleaning, faster drying times, and increased cleaning productivity when compared to conventional carpet extractors.
The increased awareness coupled with innovations in product offerings are major factors propel the market for juice extractors during the forecast period.
Take, for example, Glen Zediker's article on extractors in the June issue.
Continental Pro-Series' washer extractors are built with a unique suspension system that absorbs approximately 95 percent of all machine vibration.
The company trademarked its rotating brushes as SpinScrub, with script now prominent on the hoods of extractors offering the feature and in extensive television advertising that broke July 1.
Walton Tap Extractors will fit both coarse and fine thread taps and are available in a full range of inch or metric sizes.
That's what mechanically cycles the breech open so the extractors can expel the aft cap.
The Juicer/Extractor has actually taken the slower road to greatness: While most extractors spin in excess of 4,000 revolutions per minute, the KitchenAid model spins at only 1,800 rpm, thereby retaining a greater amount of nutrients from the fruits and vegetables.
But not all dust extractors are suited for use with aluminum.
Push-feed actions with fully recessed bolt faces and bolt-face extractors tend to show more brass buildup than actions with non-rotating extractors such as the Mauser 98.
According to industry estimates, retail sales of upright extractors grew by 18 percent over the past year.