bubbler


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Synonyms for bubbler

a public fountain to provide a jet of drinking water

any of various devices in which air or some other gas is bubbled through a liquid

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The face painter and balloon artist will be on hand from noon to 3 p.m., and Glowby the Bubbler will be there from noon to 4 p.m.
water fountain 69% drinking fountain 28% bubbler 3% Note: Table made from pie chart.
The Eugene School District spent more than $125,000 this summer after testing all of the fountains, sinks, bubblers and other potential drinking water sources at 42 schools and the Education Center.
high-flow bubbler tube has greater area outside of the tube, at 0.0054 [in.sup.2], with the area of the ID of the tube being 0.0045 [in.sup.2].
Each Bubbler will get a t-shirt to wear on the day and a medal on completion.
The results revealed that about 30.94% water was saved under bubbler irrigation method as compared to the basin irrigation method.
Marine Metal Products, a major player in this market, offers a variety of aerators, including a "two-way" Bubbler which runs on two D cell batteries or a 12-volt source, via a cigarette lighter plug.
The Bubbler at Madison Public Library is a unique iteration of a library makerspace in that it is a programming model that is not tied to a specific space.
The irrigation systems include drip, bubbler, sprinkler, over an area of about 120,000 acres, improving about 9,000 watercourses, improvement in irrigation agronomy and improvement in project management, supervision, technical assistance, training and strategic studies, related documents reveal
The contractor, Savannah River Remediation (SRR) was recognized for installing bubbler technology at the Aiken, S.C.-based site that is used in the Defense Waste Processing Facility Melter Bubbler project.
Drip or bubbler irrigation systems are highly efficient; placed just below the surface of the ground these systems root water grass and plants to prevent the high rate of evaporation, runoff and overspray that occurs with above ground systems.
Whether or not the core pin has a bubbler, heat transfer is dependent upon the thermal conductivity of the core pin material."
"In this research, the effect of main operational parameters, namely, precursor decomposition temperature, bubbler temperature, feed flow rate, carrier gas flow rate and pressure on the CVC method was investigated," Akram Tavakkoli, a member of scientific board of Sahand University of Technology, told INIC."Usually, the effect of one or two parameters on particles size is studied individually and the interactive effects of parameters are ignored," she added.
Someone also suggested that we consider a bubbler in the tanks instead of the heaters.
A 30-inch-wide glazed and sealed stoneware bowl (similar from $100) fitted with a small bubbler pump (from $20; thehomedepot.com) creates the ambience of a fountain without the fuss or expense.