Definition of Exhausters

1. Noun. (plural of exhauster) ¹



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Definition of Exhausters

1. exhauster [n] - See also: exhauster

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Exhausters

exhales
exhaling
exhaust
exhaust fan
exhaust fumes
exhaust hood
exhaust manifold
exhaust pipe
exhaust pipes
exhaust purifier
exhaust system
exhaust valve
exhausted
exhaustedly
exhauster
exhausters (current term)
exhaustibility
exhaustible
exhausting
exhaustingly
exhaustion
exhaustion atrophy
exhaustion psychosis
exhaustions
exhaustive
exhaustively
exhaustiveness
exhaustivities
exhaustivity
exhaustless

Literary usage of Exhausters

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1. Modern Coking Practice: Including the Analysis of Materials and Products : a by Thomas Henry Byrom, John Edward Christopher (1910)
"GAS exhausters. Gas Exhauster.—The gas exhauster is one of the most important ... Gas exhausters are of various types, but the types chiefly in vogue at the ..."

2. A Treatise on Producer-gas and Gas-producers by Samuel S. Wyer (1907)
"exhausters. These are of the positive rotary type, and are steam driven. ... The exhausters also force the gas through the scrubbing apparatus and deliver ..."

3. Heating and Ventilation by B.F. Sturtevant Company (1914)
"Blowers and exhausters Theoretically, there should be a difference in the ... For convenience of attaching pipe connections, exhausters are provided with ..."

4. Motion Picture Making and Exhibiting: A Comprehensive Volume Treating the by John B. Rathbun (1914)
"Fans for theater ventilation may be divided into two general classes; those used for exhausting the interior (known as "exhausters") and the class commonly ..."

5. Handbook for Gas Engineers and Managers by Thomas Newbigging (1904)
"exhausters are now made of almost any size, down to the smallest, ... Mechanical exhausters are of two kinds ; the rotatory and the reciprocating. ..."

6. Hand-book of American Gas-engineering Practice by Nisbet Latta (1907)
"NOTE.—Horse-power figured on basis of one pound per square inch, at speeds given in this table. WILBRAHAM-GREEN GAS-exhausters. ..."

7. Hand-book of American Gas-engineering Practice by Nisbet Latta (1907)
"NOTE.—Horse-power figured on basis of one pound per square inch, at speeds given in this table. WILBRAHAM-GREEN GAS-exhausters. ..."

8. Chemical Technology, Or, Chemistry in Its Applications to Arts and Manufactures by Charles Edward Groves, William Thorp, Friedrich Ludwig Knapp, Thomas Richardson, Edmund Ronalds, Henry Watts, William Joseph Dibdin (1900)
"and water gas were here separately made and drawn by exhausters through meters and mixed in definite proportions; but keeping the two operations apart does ..."

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