Inflator


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Inflator

A politician or other person who favors policies promoting inflation. For example, a business organization may be an inflator if it believes that easy credit afforded by inflationary policies outweighs the problems of higher prices.
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Chapter Four 2011-2016 Global and Chinese Market of Automobile Airbag Inflator
Toyota GB said the UK cars involved would be tested and new airbag inflators fitted if necessary.
LEFT: Motoman robots carry out tasks to assemble airbag inflators.
A spokeswoman for Nissan said yesterday: "Component suppliers Takata have reported a potential safety defect deploy abnormally' in the front passenger airbag inflators in certain 2000-2004 Nissan vehicles and also vehicles of our competitors.
I wasn't the first person in the air wing to have lost a retaining nut or an inflator assembly kit.
Sources said the faulty inflator body in the driver side airbag had been rupturing due to excessive internal pressure created by propellant explosion and could cause metal fragments to tear through the airbag cushion material.
after February 2007, we identified the cause of the problem as excessive moisture intake by the inflator propellant within the inflator.
Fix-A-Flat, reported to be America's number one selling tire inflator, recently released results from an independent, third party laboratory that clearly show Fix-A-Flat is tire sensor safe.
This is the company's ninth manufacturing facility in China and its sixth inflator plant globally.
It also includes a universal inflator adapter and nozzle for inflating vehicle tires and sports equipment.
The patent-applied-for design simultaneously lowers and pivots the fill head, stopping it in a vertically oriented position that places the bag inlet spout inflatable connection, inflator button, and four bag loop latches within one arm's length of an operator standing on the plant floor.