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atomize

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atomize

(at′ŏm-īz″)
To convert a liquid to a spray or vapor.
atomization (at″ŏ-mĭ-zā′shŏn)
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9 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Specialty Coating Systems, Indianapolis, IN, and Sono-Tek Corporation, Milton, NY (BULLETIN BOARD: SOTK) , announced today that the new SCS Precisioncoat spray coating system will feature Sono-Tek ultrasonic atomizing nozzles.
Mist Atomization: Built with a 95-Watt atomizing device with two nebulizer jars inside the shower room, it can improves one's facial skin and cure or ease lots of illnesses, such as cold, cough, pneumonia, trachitis, bronchitis, asthma, freckles, acne, flu, fatigue and more.
The introduction of the mechanical, self-cleaning, airless spray gun by Gusmer in the 1960s provided processors with the benefits of higher throughput and reduced costs by eliminating solvents and atomizing the liquid stream without compressed air.
These conditions will cause the injector to stream the fuel rather than efficiently atomizing it.
There are three versions of the gun, but all three provide finishing for low-pressure applications and an environmentally friendly solution for atomizing materials, ranging from latex to epoxies, the company says.
MADomizer[TM] is a safe delivery system for atomizing topical solutions to the nasal and oropharyngeal regions.
Ideal for humidity control applications in such large areas, Trion's Herrmidicool dual pneumatic, air/water atomizing system was specified for the project.
The following maintenance tips apply to commercial boilers with air/oil atomizing burners only and should be performed by qualified technicians:
He attempts to create a percentage pie chart of why the societal disconnect exists, attributing about 10 percent to women in the work force, robbing the community of what had historically been a vital source of voluntarism; about a tenth to suburban sprawl--to community-spread, non-engaging strip malls, and enormous time spent commuting; about 30 percent to the atomizing and fragmenting effects of modern communications, making citizens passive spectators and diminishing, through cable satellite and the Internet, their body of shared information; and the largest portion to generational change, in which each succeeding generation, beginning with those born after World War II, is less involved than their predecessors.
What may be discerned in the stories cited by Forni are portraits of individuals and couples using the unassailable defense of love to assert themselves and the bond between them against the atomizing power of the patriline.
ESM has received the permit to build a new Magnesium powder atomizing plant at its Saxonburg, PA plant.