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Synonyms for pneumatic

of or relating to air

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To automate process plants, the GEMU LSC limit switch box detects the valve position of manually and pneumatically operated quarter turn valves.
To automate process plants, the GEME[pounds sterling] LSC limit switch box detects the valve position of manually and pneumatically operated quarter turn valves.
Finished pellets are conveyed pneumatically from the Erema recycler to the indoor blend silos.
Has a closed-loop, pneumatically controlled print head, and comes with 2-D post print inspection and automatic wet or dry stencil cleaning.
The unloader's bulk-bag-to-hopper interface consists of a manual "Spout-Lock" clamp ring at the top of a pneumatically actuated "Tele-Tube" telescoping tube, allowing an operator to make a high-integrity, sealed connection between the clean side of the bag spout and the clean side of the hopper, and enabling the bag to elongate automatically as it empties to promote flow and evacuation.
The most extreme pogo stick ever made is a pneumatically driven unit that you pressurize using a standard air pump.
ONCE upon a time we thought of Barbie as a pneumatically shaped doll, but now it means something else entirely.
They are pneumatically pressed on and locked into place, guaranteeing a tightly closed product.
This pneumatically powered actuator locates, clamps, and supports parts in weld areas, and offers a built-in locking mechanism that locks the pins in any position to secure parts if air pressure is lost or removed.
Specifically designed for resin manufacturing facilities, the valve features a pneumatically operated piston with a sample chamber of defined volume.
The inherent design of the pneumatically controlled Flexdeburr allows the cutting bit to accurately follow the part profile, thus maintaining a constant force of the cutting tool on the machined surface.
The Airammer is a pneumatically powered rammer that helps eliminate engine related problems.
Valves can also be pneumatically actuated for automated control.
The applicator features an eight-position thumb wheel pressure adjustment that pneumatically controls the rate of dispensing and is said to reduce operator fatigue.