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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.
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In 1915, the British purchased numbers of .445 Hand Ejector revolvers known as the Pistol, Smith & Wesson, .455-inch, 6.5-inch barrel, Mark I.
As a precaution, molds with very small ejector pins, or a lot of ejector pins, should initially have a short preventive-maintenance interval.
His 9mm/.38 Super ejector also has clearance for even the tallest magazine feed lips.
The parachute on the ejector seat did not deploy and the South African-born airman later died in hospital.
The small spring is quite powerful, requiring eight to nine pounds of pressure to push the ejector pin flush with the bolt face surface.
The second region is the high-pressure region, which is an annular chamber around the final stage of the suction region; here, the primary air or ejector air is injected through the high-pressure inlet (second boundary).
First of all, Figure 2 shows the photo of the previous generation ECS evaporator and the ejector. The ejector is placed inside the top tank of the evaporator and integrated into the evaporator.
* Patented Self-Adhesion Control (SAC) recognizes and eliminates vacuum created in suction cups when the ejector is not engaged
Waitan, Inc., a designer and manufacturer of military and industrial grade solid state drives, announced today its patent pending 1.8" microSATA SSD ejector product.
Before you check the oil level in your vehicle's hydraulic reservoir tank, make sure the ACE is in SPRUNG mode with the engine off, ejector retracted (back), apron down and hydraulic pressure relieved.
PHIL patented ejector body and trailer technology is known for its simplicity and durability to stand up to the demanding environments that articulated haulers encounter.