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Literary usage of Airbound
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Proceedings of the second Pan American scientific congress: Washington, U. S by Glen Levin Swiggett (1917)
"Actually in practice, however, we frequently encounter what amounts substantially to airbound filters without the air rising as in typical cases, ..."
2. Convention by National Electric Light Association Convention (1904)
"By being airbound. Placing an air valve will stop it. D. KENNEDY. The sudden admission of steam to a pipe containing water, or into a cold-water pipe. ..."
3. A Practical Treatise on Architectural Jurisprudence: In which the by James Elmes (1827)
"Chancels not to be altered, (d) to™)airbOUnd § XXIV.—The parson is bound to repair the chan- chancel. ce]. no^ because the freehold is in him, ..."
4. The Second Power Kink Book: A Collection of Short Articles from Power in (1918)
"Because of the air which found its way into the coils, the traps became airbound and sluggish in operation. Instructions were given to open the pet-cocks ..."
5. Questions and Answers for Automobile Students and Mechanics: A Book of Self by Thomas Herbert Russell (1911)
"Airlock is the term applied to the airbound condition arising in a water-cooling system when a bubble of air lodges in the top of some bend in a pipe and ..."
6. Alternative Wastewater Collection Systems Manual (1994)
"Pumps or service lines were sometimes found to be airbound. Check valves were reported to be leaking slightly in only 2 percent of the miscellaneous service ..."