hydropneumatic


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hydropneumatic

(ˌhaɪdrəʊnjʊˈmætɪk)
adj
(Chemistry) relating to both liquid and gas substances
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Contract notice: supply and repair of hydraulic and hydropneumatic accessories
Unveiled in July 2017, this medium-duty SUT is truly innovative -- engineered from the ground up with an all-electric powertrain, unique storage options, all-aluminum chassis, adjustable hydropneumatic suspension, and convertible cab panels.
Suspension comfort is part of Citroen's DNA - hydropneumatic suspension was invented by the marque in 1954 and first used on the famous Traction Avant.
to add aerospace-grade hydropneumatic riverter line, the company said.
Hydropneumatic suspension system for a smooth ride.
Smucker AJM, McBumcy SL, Srivastava AK (1982) Quantitative separation of roots from compacted soil profiles by the hydropneumatic elutriation system.
It is equipped with Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) that allows the tank to reach 70 km/h forward as well as reverse and sophisticated hydropneumatic active suspension system which allows it to adjust its stance and absorbs recoil when firing.
Citroen was the pioneer of smooth running with its hydropneumatic suspension first introduced in the 1950s and the CXPERIENCE brings that right up to date with a system that 'cocoons' the cabin from noise and road surfaces.
The model represents a single wheel of a car in which the wheel is connected to the quarter portion of the car body through a hydropneumatic suspension.
Technologies like Hendrickson's HydroPneumatic (HHP) suspension which provide a better ride quality, handling, stability and durability.
Ross Hydropneumatic Tanks and Pressure Vessels are built in any capacity up to 100,000 gallons, with working pressures from 50 to 200 psig, for indoor or outdoor installation.