Blow-off


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Blow´-off`


n.1.A blowing off steam, water, etc.;
2.An outburst of temper or excitement.
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However, high gas flow velocity causes discharge blow-off and inhibits discharge stretch.
* Patented intelligent blow-off (IBO) feature automatically switches off the blow-off when the vacuum is gone
The plant, located in Iligan City in Lanao del Norte, was generating only 80 megawatts prior to the repair of the leaking blow-off pipe, which was first discovered in mid-March.
Blow-off nozzles, air heaters and blower seen from above
There's also a small environmental cover to the rear of the blow-off panel.
The Fastbreak line of preassembled high-speed blow-off vacuum pumps, levelers, and cups is intended for pick-and-place applications that require accurate part placement of irregularly shaped objects and/or rapid part release in dusty and dirty environments.
Vaccon has introduced a new line of pre-assembled high speed blow-off vacuum pumps, levelers and cups for pick and place applications that require accurate part placement of irregularly shaped objects and/or rapid part release in dusty/dirty environments.
Inc., Medfield, Mass., has introduced a line of pre-assembled high-speed blow-off vacuum pumps, levelers, and cups for pick-and-place applications that require accurate part placement of irregularly shaped objects and/or rapid part release in dusty or dirty environments.
"I have to return some videotapes," says Patrick Bateman to his fiancee in American Psycho, dropkicking their engagement with the most memorable blow-off line of this or any movie year.