FILTER A device which removes dirt from the air or a fluid.
FLASH POINT The lowest temperature at which the vapors of a solvent will ignite and burn.
Spoiled; dirty; having an offensive odor.
Something which has been worn away or
unravelled, usually by rubbing.
A seal or packing used between matched machine parts or around pipe joints to prevent
the escape of gas or fluid.
GOGGLES A device used to protect the eyes from dust, dirt, flying chips, etc.
INITIAL The first or starting condition.
INTERMITTENT Stopping and starting at intervals.
Occurs when a unit fails to operate normally.
hand; employing human rather than mechanical energy.
The company which makes an item or piece of equipment for sale.
MATERIEL Equipment, apparatus, and supplies of an organization such as an army.
OBSTRUCTION An obstacle.
PIVOT A short rod or shaft about which a related part rotates; the act of turning on or as if on a
POTTING To embed with an insulating or protective material.
RECOMMENDATIONS Suggestions for change; advice given usually to make an improvement.
REQUIRE To demand or need.
SCOPE The extent of an activity or concept; the amount of information covered as in a book.
SOLVENT A liquid that can dissolve another substance.