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pneu·mat·ics

(nū-mat'iks),
The science concerned with the physical properties of air or gases.
[G. pneuma, air or gas]

pneumatics

(nū-măt′ĭks)
The branch of physics that is concerned with the physical and mechanical properties of gases and air.
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Pneumatic devices often let an operator carry out more than one task.
Bids will be considered from qualified and experienced companies who are regularly established in the business of repairing and overhauling air brake equipment and pneumatic devices for locomotives and car sets and in the judgment of VRE are financially responsible.
Thanks to the implementation of China's 12th five-year development plan, AirTac, a leading manufacturer of pneumatic devices, will see substantial growth in sales this year because of the increased demand for automation devices.
This is the CDA (Clean Dry Air) range which provides air that has been filtered and dehumidified to remove both particulates and moisture for safe use in pneumatic devices or systems.
Also, this solution complements the already mentioned electro-pneumatic or pneumatic devices that have emerged as the need for executive control of pneumatic elements in automation equipment or lines.
A rod end plate that accepts a range of pneumatic devices.
Powered by computerized pneumatic devices, the animatronic being periodically awakens from its dormant/dead state and (in jerky yet naturalistic moves accompanied by the hissing of air pistons and the occasional roar of a compressor) ritualistically repeats the slicing act documented in the wounds while letting out a recorded belly laugh in the voice of the artist.
SIG uses pneumatic devices to hold flash in position before the blow pins retract.
For instance, our customers are calling for increased electronic control in areas such as engine management systems, the centralization of pneumatic devices and electronic braking.
At one time in the not-too-distant past, electrical grids were controlled by electromechanical and pneumatic devices.
seal, type 2, for pneumatic devices, Rubber, for uploneniya rod diameter of 200 mm, GOST 6678-72; seal, type 2, for pneumatic devices, Rubber, for uploneniya rod diameter of 200 mm, GOST 6678-72
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