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air cylinder

n
(Mechanical Engineering) a cylinder containing air, esp one fitted with a piston and used for damping purposes
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But however you shoot it, you'll need an external air cylinder (think a higher-tech SCUBA tank) because using a hand pump will simply give you a coronary --trust me; in the name of science and journalism, I tried.
The system can dispense fluids with viscosities between 5,000 and 80,000 CentiPoises (cP).The SG-200 utilizes a normally closed, stainless steel needle valve to control fluid flow and a dual-acting air cylinder to provide immediate start and stop functionality.
Wearing a mask, air cylinder, regulator, buoyancy device and ns, William swam to the bottom of an open-air pool with a group of other divers at a local authority sports centre near Covent Garden in central London.
F1 in Schools challenges students to create their own Formula One team which is commissioned to design, construct and race the fastest miniature Formula One Car of the Future - a 21cm long scale model built from a block of balsa wood and powered by an air cylinder.
The air cylinder mount is cast into the frame, which reduces potential areas where leakage could occur.
The horn runs off a scuba diving air cylinder and emits 178 decibels, the same as a Concorde jet taking off.
The Air cylinder is Vax's most powerful compact multicyclonic cylinder vacuum yet.
He said: "The air cylinder has blown while the ride was in motion starting the fail-safe system.
In this application, the P3P-R regulators control the air cylinder pressure from a low of 7 PSI to a maximum of 100 PSI.
They operate using a compressed air cylinder. Safety guards reduce the risk of injury.