3 : to send forth a strong stream of air from the mouth or from a bellows <If you are cold, blow on your hands.
6 : to shape by forcing air into <The workers showed how they blow glass.
Show-goers will see a range of new blow molding equipment that offers higher speeds, more cavitation, and faster changeovers.
NPE will also afford a look at the newest all-electric extrusion blow models.
During the Asian dust storm season--from March through May--winds frequently blow
dust clouds eastward across the Pacific Ocean.
Total vent open area and blow
tube area, which varied depending on whether the core was "chunky" or "rangy," were established using a supplied formula.
two bottles tail to tail from a single parison, one blown from the top and one from the bottom.
Many different brands promise huge bubbles, but which one really blows
The air ring outside the bubble blows
tangentially in the opposite direction, keeping the bubble more stable than a conventional air ring and IBC, DR-Pack says.
in Hebron, Ohio, blows
its Trycite PS films 1 to 10 mils thick.
Alpla's Kunz says his firm blows
bottles with less than 44 psi of air pressure - half the standard amount.
single-serve PET bottles in 16 dual-cavity molds and puts out 32,000 bottles/hr.
For example, a "double blow
" cycle blows
the bottle first at lower pressure, then flushes the bottle with a second puff of fresh air at higher pressure.
eight pairs of pots at a time, then cuts apart the Siamese-twin pots.
The SSB-F blows
up to 5-liter containers with neck openings to 110 mm, and reportedly changes molds with kit parts in under 2 hr.