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a device that dampens or moistens something


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The WHP dampeners are currently being sampled by various Hi-Fi dealers and wholesalers and WHP is awaiting feed-back in preparation for wholesale selling.
Riverside, CA, June 22, 2017 --(PR.com)-- The new patent-pending Hybrid Valve[TM] from Blacoh combines the steady flow control of a pulsation dampener and the regulation of a back pressure valve to deliver the performance and functionality of both in a single piece of equipment.
It is probably more technically correct to call it a harmonic dampener and they're normally seen on benchrest rifles and some of the highly tricked out .22 target rifles.
It read: "As he stared at her ample bosom, he daydreamed of the dual Stromberg carburettors in his vintage Triumph Spitfire, highly functional yet pleasingly formed, perched prominently on top of the intake manifold, aching for experienced hands, the small knurled caps of the oil dampeners begging to be inspected and adjusted as described in chapter seven of the shop manual."
THESE racegoers held on to their hats today, but the rain and wind could not put the dampeners on their big day.
Killjoy rugby bosses put the dampeners on another Welsh Boxing Day tradition with a stern letter addressed to every club last week.
SENTRY[R] Pulsation Dampeners remove virtually all system shock, enhancing all-around performance and reliability of fluid flow in process flow applications.
Because these nanotube foams are lightweight, pliable, and elastic, Kane says, they could be ideal as sound dampeners or shock absorbers.--A.G.
Tapflo dampeners are highly suitable for all types of media, but especially on products that are shear sensitive or where production requires a particularly smooth flow such as in chocolate manufacturing using jacketed polished stainless steel units.
Vibration signatures observed on pumps mounted to pro-cast base plate and foundation units indicate that these units act like vibration dampeners for rotating equipment.
They do not need pulsation dampeners or pressure regulators, will not gas or vapor lock and have a low NPSHR.
Peter Marcotullio, SRI's director of business development, says that electroactive polymers can replace the dozens of conventional valves, motors, pumps and dampeners on cars at the same cost and at a Fraction of the weight.
The unique multi-diaphragm arrangement of Hydra-Cell metering and dosing pumps from WANNER is claimed to remove the need for pulsation dampeners in many circumstances.
Proprietary communications will be replaced with an Ethernet/IP network connecting dual (includes back-up) Press Master PLCs and remote I/Os at the units, reelstands, compensators and drives, with serial interfaces controlling new CGI digital inkers and Ryco dampeners. Earlier this month Harland Simon also contracted with Dow Jones to transfer its Prima RTS newsprint allocation systems from shuttered plants to five Local Media Group sites.
Standard features include heavy duty top cap design; chrome-plated hardened steel rolls; inboard grease seals on roll bearings; automatic lubricators for each bearing; heavy duty low-slung cast mill frames and top caps; heavy duty, cast journal housings pre-drilled for addition of front or rear roll doctor blades; cast aluminum, fixed and adjustable batch guides; adjustable vibration isolation dampeners to insure 50" operating code height; rotary unions and spray pipes for roll cooling; and more.