shut-off

shut-off

n
1. (Mechanical Engineering) a device that shuts something off, esp a machine control
2. a stoppage or cessation
vb (tr, adverb)
3. to stem the flow of
4. to block off the passage through
5. to isolate or separate
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M2 PRESSWIRE-August 8, 2019-: Shut-Off Valve Market is Booming Worldwide | Schneider Electric, Johnson Controls, IMI Precision Engineering, Honeywell
Turn off the water at the main shut-off if a leak occurs.
The improvements will include the installation of a new mainline valve with automatic shut-off and remote control capability, and upgrades to an existing mainline valve.
Providing a complete solution for designing an integrated, reliable, and compliant gas delivery system for non-corrosive, high-purity, flammable gases, the series consists of high-purity zone-valve boxes, emergency shut-off valves, and safety monitors that work in combination with C Series Gas Cabinets and the 585 Series Emergency Shut Off Controller.
Brown also approved a bill, AB 864, requiring oil pipelines in environmentally sensitive areas be fitted with remote leak detectors and automatic shut-off valves.
It said the automakers know of dangerous carbon monoxide poisoning vehicles with keyless fobs that lack automatic shut-off. CO poisoning kills about 430 people yearly in USA say Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
It mounts to the wall easily and there is an auto shut-off. Also mounting to the wall easily (with, of course, the auto shut-off) are the "Frozen" Interactive Wall characters, such as the 13-inch-tall Olaf and Queen Elsa.
The complete industrial muffin lines produce up to 18.000 pounds per hour and include pan oiling, paper cup denesters, single or multiple batter depositors with diving positive shut-off spouts, bulk loading, intermediate hoppers and dry ingredient depositors.
Delonghi Scultura Champagne kettle PS100, Debenhams THIS super-swish kettle from Delonghi has 3kW rapid boil technology with auto shut-off for energy efficiency, plus a viewing window for an accurate fill.
To promote energy efficiency, a line of production and assembly line tools includes intelligent cordless shut-off, low-torque cordless clutch and cordless non shut-off models for use in automotive and aviation factories as a replacement for air tools.
Fuel cell technicians were tasked to perform a manual shut-off; however, the shut-off lever broke and fuel continued to spew from the busted component.