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in·fla·tor

(in-flā'tōr, -tŏr),
An instrument for injecting air.

inflator

(in-flāt′ŏr)
An apparatus for forcing air or other gas into an aperture.
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Beginning in 2008, auto manufacturers recalled a number of vehicles containing these airbag inflators because of ruptures that occurred when vehicles crashed.
The HCIL also reiterated the importance of replacing the defective Takata front airbag inflators urgently as they may deploy with excessive internal pressure when activated.
Chapter One Introduction of Automobile Airbag Inflator Industry
The relationship of moisture intrusion, if any, to the risk of inflator rupture is not known.
The inflators, in cars made by 10 companies, can explode with too much force, spewing shrapnel into drivers and passengers.
2 million parts made per year One of five Autoliv plants in Utah and the largest airbag inflator factory in the world
Elaborating the defect, the company said that the casing of the airbag inflator could get damaged when the airbag deploys, posing a potential safety hazard.
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Nissan dealers will replace the front passenger air bag inflator at no cost to the customers.
Nissan are conducting a voluntary safety recall campaign to address the issue identified by Takata and replace the front passenger airbag inflator.
That gives the option of a dual-stage inflator or a single-stage unit with a different vent hole design.
I quickly realized the inflator assembly kit was missing.