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air pump

A device for forcing air in or out of a chamber.
See also: pump
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After the dry air pump put wet pump makers Pesco and Garwin out of the business, those who used them relied on overhauled pumps.
"The versatility of this machine is what really stands out," says Richard Dunlop, a concrete contractor and one of the owners of Air Pumped Sand & Gravel.
Diffuser manufacturers in Europe approached Rena's sister company in Annecy, France, to design a reliable air pump to deliver dosages that would not interfere with the aromatherapy, for example, by contact with metal that could contaminate the oils.
Bailey reviewed numerous air pumps, but found only one that would fit all of his requirements.
"An Experiment With an Air Pump" is a strenuously ambitious play, but a rather dull and talky one.
In order to maximize that valuable space, dress up your bucket with some additional storage ("Bait Bucket Buddy" from 2bnmotion.com shown), add a multi-purpose lid for even more storage, and fire up the air pump.
ZO-30N features low power consumption (7W) with high ozone output (100mg/hr); compact design with built in Air Pump; be able to connect to air dryer through air inlet.
EB19/EB20 ovens are said to have improved insulation for lower energy consumption, low surface temperature, built-in air pump, alarm for low pressure and resettable countdown timer for each cell and alarm history.
Consider that with one socket adapter and a 70 watt Pocket Pal inverter, you can run a small aquarium air pump to--to steal the phrase--"Po-Boy" air condition.
According to MANN+HUMMEL, the 11-ounce charger, which is driven by the pressure differences on the throttle valve, requires no electrical energy, takes up less than one-third of the space of an electric secondary air pump and works as a turbocharger.
Water culture is as simple as putting an aquarium bubble stone attached to an air pump in a tray of nutrient rich water.
For the intermittent mode, aeration was controlled by a timer that turned the air pump on and off at a two-hour interval.