pulsator


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pul·sa·tor

 (pŭl′sā′tər, pŭl-sā′-)
n.
A pulsating device or machine.

pulsator

(pʌlˈseɪtə)
n
1. (Mechanical Engineering) a device that stimulates rhythmic motion of a body; a vibrator
2. (Mechanical Engineering) any pulsating machine, device, or part
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The purchase is divided into five main areas: 1) compression garments - standard and target2) adjustable compression solution - standard and target3) nightwear - standard and target4) supplies - bandages / tapes / glue, Kinesiology tape and multi-layer compression solution5) technical aids - pulsator
He also added keepers with a handmade shallow crankbait and a 1/2-ounce Nichols Pulsator spinnerbait.
Wobble pulsator generate a dynamic, multi-directional washing flow that prevents tangles and increases washing power.
The frequency of pulse oscillations is regulated by the converter and transmitted to a pulsator, made in the form of the membrane (2) through the eccentric (4) and the rod (3).
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Foam and water pour down and pass through clothes with water flow made by the Dual Wave Pulsator to easily remove dirt.
A hydraulic ram pumped water from the spring, the pulsator on the milking machine needed constant care and the hay hook attached by rope to pulleys to increase the mechanical advantage lifted the loose hay from a wagon into the haymow.
An additional factor is the pulsator total mass (as well as of both its components') general dependence onto the particular configuration of a model selected for studying.
I love running-and-gunning with a Nichols Pulsator.
The "multimillion Egyptian pound project" will see Metito build a new 70,000 m3/per day plant to treat water from the Nile River using Pulsator technology as a supplement to the two existing treatment plants.
The inner tank of a pulsator washing machine that has been used for three years is reportedly 500 times dirtier than the closestool.