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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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Usually this happens because one of the ejector pins slides past the runner during the ejection stroke.
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.
445 Hand Ejector revolvers known as the Pistol, Smith & Wesson, .
The ejector is placed inside the top tank of the evaporator and integrated into the evaporator.
Fish-Spear-Headed fastener which provide easy installation to snap in and fasten the ejector on PCB - Ejecting handler provides easy-to-use mechanism to eject a1.
In 1915 the Triple-Lock was removed from production to be replaced by the 2nd Model Hand Ejector without the third lock and without the enclosed ejector rod.
So if you measure the fluid level with the ejector extended, the hydraulic oil level appears low.
He'd convert a Colt SAA so the cylinder was easily removeable by pulling the ejector rod out (looked like a DA ejector rod).
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.
This allows for a second fluid to be sucked in to the ejector (as it is drawn into the low pressure region) and quickly mixed with the high velocity motive fluid and then compressed up to a pressure which is somewhere between the 'motive' high pressure and the suction low pressure fluid.
The target company focuses on conception, production and installation of ejectors that are placed on seabed dredging and excavation systems.