pulsator


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pul·sa·tor

(pŭl'sā-tŏr),
A machine or device that operates in a throbbing, vibrating, or rhythmic manner.

pulsator

mechanism in a milking machine which governs the cyclic pressure changes necessary to the function of the machine.
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It was easier to clean than pulsators, and was gentler on cows.
The coach can be excited by forces to upper frame or forces from three pistons of hydrodynamic pulsator.
It could heat the water electrically and the wash was agitated by a pulsator on the tub's side.
exposed the caret slide to the subject supraliminally and demonstrated the pulsator.
a leading developer, manufacturer and marketer of innovative personal healthcare products, will replace certain SinuSense[TM] Water Pulsator nasal irrigation devices it manufactured between May, 2010 and July, 2011.
He was forced to scramble on day three, opting to fish in Lake Toho and switching to a Nichols Lures Pulsator spinnerbait to fill his limit.
It includes the frequency converter, asynchronous motor (ASM), the pump and the vacuum system consisting of the various pipes and volumes such as vacuum tank, milk receiver jar, pulsator, milk hose, claw and teat-cup.
The pulsator is the device that controls the squeezing and relaxing of the teat as it is being milked (a very important and necessary function).
For a limited period this spring, milk producers can claim pounds 20 for every old pulsator traded in against the purchase of a new Legato.
Most recently, Water Pik launched its line of Waterpik[R] SinuSense[TM] sinus health products and the first-ever battery operated Water Pulsator that help consumers live and breathe better.
I broke out a Nichols 1/2-ounce Pulsator spinnerbait and stuck around areas where I knew fish were and caught around 10 keepers," Kenney said.