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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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The ejector is a little metal cylinder under which is a captured spring.
The first order is for ejector system components to be installed in a U.
As for the actual work required, you may be as mildly surprised as us to find out the one repair/replacement item unmentioned in an Auto-5 Field Service Manual is ejectors.
The new Z413 ejector pin has a longer life expectancy than conventional pins, so it helps reduce downtime and maintenance work.
In some actions (CZ-550, pre-'64 and Classic Winchester 70, current Ruger 77 Mk II and others), instead of a plunger ejector in the bolt face, the bolt is slotted.
As with all S&W DA revolvers manufactured since, this First Model Hand Ejector locked up at the rear of the cylinder and the front of the ejector rod.
They can pull or retain double ejector plates or retain any other floating mold plate.
After the extractor does its job the case runs right into the ejector and is thrown from the gun.
Standard features: Five-point double-toggle clamp, optical encoders for clamp, ejectors, and injection, fuzzy-logic temperature control, SPC monitoring, automatic purge function.