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Literary usage of Impregnator
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Pneumatic Tires, Automobile, Truck, Airplane, Motorcycle, Bicycle: An by Henry Clemens Pearson (1922)
"CARTER TIRE FABRIC impregnator The object of this invention is the introduction of a lubricant into pneumatic tire fabric, in the form of a suspension or ..."
2. Knight's American Mechanical Dictionary: A Description of Tools, Instruments by Edward Henry Knight (1876)
"The impregnator v holds about sixteen gallons, The tube is introduced ... The impregnator is - at the goose-neck, when the stop- filled to the dotted line ..."
3. Proceedings of the United States Veterinary Medical Association (1893)
"By taking a small impregnator and dilator, which is about one inch longer than my ... I then withdrew the dilator, leaving the impregnator in position. ..."
4. The Engineer's and Mechanic's Encyclopædia: Comprehending Practical by Luke Hebert (1848)
"The impregnator o should contain about 16 gallons. It may be made either of copper tinned, or of cast iron, lined with sheet-lead; and the agitator m may ..."
5. The Engineer's & Mechanic's Encyclopeadia ...: The Machinery & Processes by Luke Hebert (1849)
"The impregnator t; should contain about 16 gallons. It may be made either of copper tinned, or of cast iron, lined with sheet-lead; and the agitator m may ..."
6. The engineer's and mechanic's encyclopaedia (1835)
"The impregnator ti should contain about ie gallons. It may be made either of copper tinned, or of cast iron, A patent has just been granted to Mr. FC ..."