suction cup


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suc·tion cup

one of the cupping glasses of various shapes, formerly used to produce local hyperemia according to Bier method.
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The suction cups may offer benefits in circumstances where the surfaces of objects might be wet or oily.
The valves allow several suction cups to miss (or partly miss) sheet(s)/object(s) and still maintain enough vacuum level in the system and also offer a fast-release or blow-off.
MyPilot Pro's suction mount consists of a three flexible suction cups and a center RAM mount to accept a ball accessory of any kind.
This model was identical to Model A, except that the suction cup was immersed in a beaker of distilled water so that the simulated joint space was filled with fluid.
The vacuum suction cup is fabricated using this machine.
The process is fairly simple and involves removing a couple of screws next to the Lightning connector, and then prying off the display assembly with a suction cup. Finally, you need to disconnect various cables that hold the back panel parts together and then separate the battery from the adhesive that holds it in place.
The premium DURAFLEX[R] BX range now includes the new 10mm, 15mm and 20mm suction cup sizes (models BX10P, BX15P and BX20P).
The B-BL40-2 detectable suction cup is designed for use in the bakery industry and is made of a FDA-approved silicone material with a low percentage metal additive mixed with the rubber material to make it detectable.
Operates similarly to a tweezer; squeeze the vacuum bulb; place the soft suction cup to the part to be handled; then squeeze and the part is firmly gripped.
Click & Ride uses a Garmin-supplied portable nuvi unit and the dealer-installed 'Click & Ride' option includes an integration kit, which does away with the suction cup mount and power cord usually associated with portable GPS devices.
This display in Tokyo's Epson Aqua Stadium is of Pacific lumpfish, or lumpsuckers, The Ping Pong ball sized fish, or Eumicrotremus pacificus, uses a sucker disc on its belly to stick-like a suction cup to the rocks on the ocean floor where it lives off the island of Hokkaido.
* You need more time assisting and observing someone who knows how to apply that suction cup before trying it on your own