submergible


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sub·merg·i·ble

 (səb-mûr′jə-bəl)
adj.
Capable of being immersed in or of remaining under water: a submergible electric frying pan; a submergible research vehicle.

sub·merg′i·bil′i·ty n.
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Adj.1.submergible - capable of being immersed in water or functioning while submerged; "a submersible pump"; "a submergible electric frying pan"
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National procurement notice: Submergible fish farming cage
Designed to ensure durability and longevity on the job, the C70 is equipped with an 8+ hour runtime and is fully submergible. The C70 features a flow of 40-170 GPM (150-650 ltr/min) and operates at a pressure of 2,000 to 4,000 PSI.
3 wet chairs are available for use in the showers and pools, and are fully submergible. There is also a wet room changing room with shower on the poolside, and a Gold Standard Changing Places room is to be installed.
A submergible pond pump can feeds a fountain spout through cobbles or a decorative pot.
The ship is fitted with a helicopter deck and a submergible dock and is capable of deploying approximately six hundred marines.
two submergible oxygen probes (PSt6 sensor, detection limit = 0.001 mg/L, PreSens GmbH, Germany) used for the next stage of the study were chosen after being assessed as being representative of the evolution of DO within an entire barrel.
These portable, submergible pumps are excellent for manholes, vaults, construction sites and all dewatering needs.
(2013) were recorded using a Canon Legria HV40 (Japan) camcorder and an underwater camera, Sony Color Submergible Camera IP:68 (Japan).
It is water and dust resistant (submergible to one metre for about 30 minutes) and has optical heart rate sensor at the back, gyro, accelerometer, compass, barometer but no built-in GPS or stand-alone wireless connectivity.