Jet air chimney pipe

A steam injector is typically used to deliver cold water to a boiler against its own pressure using its own live or exhaust steam, replacing any mechanical pump . This was the purpose for which it was originally invented in 1858 by Henri Giffard . Its operation was from the start intriguing since it seemed paradoxical, almost like perpetual motion, but its operation was later explained using thermodynamics . [1] Other types of injector may use other pressurised motive fluids such as air.

Depending on the application, an injector can also take the form of an eductor-jet pump , a water eductor or an aspirator . An ejector operates on similar principles to create a vacuum feed connection for braking systems etc..

The injector was invented by Henri Giffard for the steam locomotive [2] and patented in the United Kingdom by Messrs Sharp Stewart & Co. of Glasgow .

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PrimeLine uses an engineered composite made of felt tube and silicate-based or epoxy ambient cure resin to invert a liner into the lateral from the property line or cleanout to the connection with the sewer line, forming a “pipe within a pipe” to effectively repair broken pipe, leaking joints and other infiltrating defects in the lateral pipe.

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An air door or air curtain is a device used to prevent air or contaminants from moving from one open space to another. The most common use is a downward-facing blower fan mounted over an entrance to a building , or an opening between two spaces conditioned at different temperatures.

The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) defines an air door as follows: "In its simplest application, an air curtain is a continuous broad stream of air circulated across a doorway of a conditioned space. It reduces penetration of insects and unconditioned air into a conditioned space by forcing an air stream over the entire entrance. The air stream layer moves with a velocity and angle such that any air that tries to penetrate the curtain is entrained. Air curtain effectiveness in preventing infiltration through an entrance generally ranges from 60 to 80%". [1]

The Air Movement and Control Association defines an air curtain as: "A directionally-controlled airstream, moving across the entire height and width of an opening, which reduces the infiltration or transfer of air from one side of the opening to the other and/or inhibits flying insects, dust or debris from passing through".