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e·jec·tor

(ē-jek'tŏr, -tōr),
A device used for forcibly expelling (ejecting) a substance.

e·jec·tor

(ē-jek'tŏr, -tōr)
A device used for forcibly expelling (ejecting) a substance.

ejector

(ijektər),
n by common usage, a device used to remove debris and fluids by negative pressure. Another term is
aspirator. See also aspirator.
ejector, saliva,
n a device (containing a removable tip) that is attached to a vacuum supply to remove saliva from a dental field of operation.
ejector, saliva, tip,
n a removable tip, made of metal, glass, rubber, plastic, or a combination of these, that is attached to a saliva ejector and bent to fit over lower teeth and reach the floor of the oral cavity.
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By offering an increased vacuum flow, piCompact10 ejectors are said to strengthen product grip to increase pick-up speed, minimise product damage and reduce waste.
Hasco's new Z1698 two-stage ejector is designed for large plate movements and off-center mounting when a central two-stage ejector cannot be used.
According to the Reference (Krasniqi,1990 ) we have following characteristic ejector equation:
Steam-jet ejectors are used in a range of industries, including chemical, petrochemical, pharmaceutical, food processing, paper and aerospace.
During the pre-launch phase, the ejectors, 12-inch diameter, 25-foot long pipes, continuously blow air to prevent the accumulation of hydrogen and oxygen under the vehicle.
Graham Corporation (AMEX: GHM) announced today that it has been awarded orders valued at over $10 million for two ejector systems and three surface condensers to be installed in four international oil refineries located in South Korea, China, Malaysia and Russia.
Its diverting plug Z9675 enables the mould designer to intentionally design for a collision of this kind and thus optimise the position of the cooling channel and the ejector.
Extractors got attention last time, so now it's ejectors.
All models can be equipped with a vacuum chamber and a number of optional devices, such as a lower sliding platen, tilting upper platen, intermediate frame and various types of ejectors.