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emit

something (from something) (into something) to discharge something from something into something else. The snake emitted poison from its fangs into the cup the man held. It emitted venom into the cup from its fangs.
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You should be able to find drip tubing with in-line emitters, as well as filters, at most irrigation supply outlets and home centers.
Emitter lines have either turbulent flow emitters (with wide channels so debris won't easily clog them) or pressure-compensating emitters (for slopes, hilly terrain, or especially long lines).
The air temperature values on the horizontal plane, which absorbed IR radiation, tended to increase when the plane was close to the emitter, but temperature distributions were widely varied.
Experimental success at a practical level with a single-photon emitter brings one step closer the practical use of quantum cryptography in the 1.
Dig holes where you want to plant your roses, extend drip lines from the valve(s) currently watering the lawn, placing emitters where the roses will be, and you're ready to go.
The black smoke belching out from the exhaust pipes of Cars, trucks, vans and other smoke emitter and old vehicles moving on roads was a big menace for environment.
Emerging markets in Asia-Pacific are likely to dominate the infrared emitter & receiver market owing to the growing spending on security & surveillance as well as consumer electronics.
The solar industry has been clamoring for a selective emitter application that is cost-effective because of its demonstrated improvement to cell efficiencies," notes Natcore's CEO, Chuck Provini.
F-Series panel heaters have durable high-temperature quartz-composite emitter.
The first of these inventions relates to a method of using liquid phase deposition (LPD) as a diffusion barrier layer in a selective emitter process.
The ASDL-4860 is a high power 850 nm IR emitter in a top emitting surface mount, ultra low profile package.
The patent pending Sub-Surface Emitter Tubing has a unique dual-layered construction with internal Copper Shield(TM) Technology that inhibits root intrusion.
A drip emitter or mini-sprinkler (a drip derived device) uses less than 10 times the amount of water used by a conventional spray sprinkler.
Consider that the typical spray sprinkler uses one or two gallons of water per minute while the typical drip emitter uses one or two gallons of water per hour.