Meaning air gap
What does air gap mean? Here you find 28 meanings of the word air gap. You can also add a definition of air gap yourself

1

0   0

air gap


The unobstructed vertical distance through free atmosphere between the outlet of the waste pipe and the flood-level rim of the receptacle into which the waste pipe is discharged.
Source: nachi.org

2

0   0

air gap


The unobstructed vertical distance through free atmosphere between the lowest opening from any pipe or faucet that supplies water to a receptacle (sink, tank, fixture, or other device) and the flood-l [..]
Source: nachi.org

3

0   0

air gap


In networks, air gap is a type of security where the network is secured by keeping it separate from other local networks and the Internet. While this provides security, it also limits access to the ne [..]
Source: webopedia.com

4

0   0

air gap


The "external" distance from one pole of the magnet to the other though a non-magnetic material (usually air).
Source: kjmagnetics.com

5

0   0

air gap


In the drainage system, the unobstructed vertical opening between the lowest opening of a waste line and the flood level of the device into which it empties. Its purpose is to prevent backflow contamination.
Source: murphysonmacdade.com

6

0   0

air gap


1) The negative pressure that can result when a hand-held shower faucet or sink sprayer is dropped into a sink or tub. If negative pressure exists, wastewater can be siphoned out into the supply system. Newer products have backflow protection or a vacuum breaker (vertical spray bidet) to prevent the problem. 2) The distance between the flood level [..]
Source: nkba.org

7

0   0

air gap


Short gap in the magnetic material forming a magnetic circuit.
Source: theaemt.com

8

0   0

air gap


The space between the rotating and stationary member in an electric motor.
Source: usmotors.com

9

0   0

air gap


In a permanent magnet alternator, the distance between the magnets and the laminates.
Source: otherpower.com

10

0   0

air gap


the physical separation that completely isolates a computer from the Internet. When absolute security of a computer or the files it contains is essential, it is disconnected from the Internet and all [..]
Source: halfhill.com

11

0   0

air gap


Short gap in the magnetic material forming a magnetic circuit.
Source: houghton-international.com

12

0   0

air gap


The space between the fork cap and top of the oil inside a fork.  Used as a tuning variable to help with bottoming and harshness.
Source: velocitycalibrations.com

13

0   0

air gap


The space between magnetic poles or between rotating and stationary assemblies in a motor or generator.
Source: jmmech.com

14

0   0

air gap


"An air gap" means a visible, unobstructed and complete physical air break between the lowest level of water discharge and the level of potentially contaminated fluid downstream (critical wa [..]
Source: wras.co.uk

15

0   0

air gap


serif"> - The free space that the magnetic flux must cross when a magnetic circuit contains a break. Cracks produce small air gaps on the surface of a part.
Source: nde-ed.org

16

0   0

air gap


In an electrical machine, the space between the rotor and stator across which magnetic lines of flux must travel through air.
Source: powerengineering.org

17

0   0

air gap


In a speaker's motor section, the space between the top plate and the pole piece. This is where the magnetic flux field is concentrated and where the voice coil interacts with it.
Source: electronixwarehouse.com

18

0   0

air gap


Open vertical gap or empty space that separates drinking water supply to be protected from another water system in a treatment plant or other location. The open gap protects the drinking water from co [..]
Source: infohouse.p2ric.org

19

0   0

air gap


Open vertical gap or empty space that separates drinking water supply to be protected from another water system in a treatment plant or other location. The open gap protects the drinking water from [..]
Source: ehso.com

20

0   0

air gap


An open vertical drop, or vertical empty space, that separates a drinking (potable) water supply to be protected from another water system in a water treatment plant or other location. This open gap p [..]
Source: legacy.azdeq.gov

21

0   0

air gap


The distance between the outlet of a faucet and the overflow level of the fixture.
Source: rustoleum.com

22

0   0

air gap


An air gap is a security measure implemented for computers, computer systems or networks requiring airtight security without the risk of compromise or disaster. It ensures total isolation of a given s [..]
Source: techopedia.com

23

0   0

air gap


The distance from the die lips of a polymer-melt extruder and the chill roll.
Source: glenroy.com

24

0   0

air gap


An unobstructed vertical air space that separates the end of a supply line and the flood level rim of a sink, tank, floor drain, etc. Maintaining air gaps is the best method for preventing backflow because it is simple, economical, and fail safe.
Source: foodsafety.psu.edu

25

0   0

air gap


An open, vertical drop, or vertical empty space, between a drinking (potable) water supply and potentially contaminated water. This gap prevents the contamination of drinking water by backsiphonage be [..]
Source: owp.csus.edu

26

0   0

air gap


A clear vertical space between a water, or drain, line and the flood level of a receptacle, used to prevent backflow or siphonage from the receptacle in the event of a negative pressure or vacuum.
Source: itdoesthejob.com

27

0   0

air gap


The space between the top plate and the pole piece. This is where the voice coil sits.
Source: the12volt.com

28

0   0

air gap


The space between magnetic poles, or between the rotating and stationary assemblies in a motor or generator.
Source: massengineers.com

Add meaning of air gap
Word count:
Name:
E-mail: (* optional)

<< air filters air handler >>
Dictionary.university is a dictionary written by people like you and me.
Please help and add a word. All sort of words are welcome!

Add meaning