repressurize

repressurize

(riːˈprɛʃəˌraɪz) or

repressurise

vb (tr)
to pressurize again, to return pressure to
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ReBounces, founded in 2008 and one of the first startups affiliated with the Innovate Arkansas program, developed a way to repressurize old tennis balls and give them new life.
Since there is no gas pipeline yet and state laws will not allow the gas to be flared, or burned, the operators inject the gas back underground to repressurize the field and produce more oil.
Professionally repressurize extinguishers older than 6 years, and replace any older than 12 years.
He made it to the hatch, and he was even able to wait for the air lock to repressurize, so he didn't pass out when they removed his helmet.
Replace it and repressurize the system until the system holds pressure.
The only action required by an operator for this unit to reverse the changeover is to replace empty cylinders and then repressurize the depleted side.
Experts say such wells can repressurize, much like a dormant volcano can awaken.
4]) bacteria; repressurize methanogens reservoir Acids Fermentative Dissolve scale bacteria and increase porosity Solvents Fermentative Change rock bacteria wettability and reduce oil viscosity Emulsifiers Acinetobacter spp.
When you repressurize the airlock and get out of your suit, there is a distinct odor of ozone, a faint acrid smell," Jones told SPACE.
With greater flexibility he managed to wriggle in, close the port, and repressurize the compartment--drenched in perspiration but safe.
Regulators warn that if the wells are shut down, the field could repressurize, sending potentially explosive methane or deadly hydrogen sulfide into the school and other buildings, or even oil to the surface.
Following a delay of 3 to 5 minutes, fluid automatically flows back to repressurize the cuff, thus allowing enough time for the patient to void.