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Air curtain a.k.a. Air door: An air door or air curtain is a device used to prevent air or contaminants from moving from one open space to another. The most common use is a downward-facing blower fan mounted over an entrance to a building, or an opening between two spaces conditioned at different temperatures.

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Google previewA Brief Introduction To Fluid Mechanics (2010)

by Donald F. Young, Bruce R. Munson, Theodore H. Okiishi, Wade W. Huebsch

produces an air curtain to separate a loading dock from a cold storage room. The air curtain is a jet of air 10 ft wide, 0.5-ft thick moving with speed . The loss associated with this flow is loss , where . How much power must the fan supply ...

Google previewHow to Open and Operate a Restaurant (2013)

by Arthur Meyer, Mick Vann

A plastic air curtain is a necessity, and if using insulated floors, a ramp could be required by local or federal codes. Ice Machine The ice machine can be the most problematic piece ofequipment in the restaurant. Many are ofthe opinion that ice ...

Google previewMeat Refrigeration (2002)

by S J James, C. B. James

Air curtain The air curtain differs from a solid door as it provides no physical barrier between customer and product, but is similar to a door in that it does provide a thermal barrier. The air curtain is a jet of chilled air of about 1ms-1 that ...

Google previewIndustrial Hygiene Control of Airborne Chemical Hazards (2006)

by William Popendorf

An air curtain is a long, narrow air shower that can be designed using the same principle as the push side of the push pull ventilation system described in Section IX to protect the air in some oblong work zones.24, 25 XI ...

Google previewInorganic Arsenic Emissions from Low-arsenic Primary Copper Smelters: Background Information for Proposed Standards (1983)

1, an air curtain is a suitably shaped air jet with sufficient momentm to resist the forces of fugitive gas streams working against ...

Google previewPost-harvest Tobacco Infestation Control (2013)

by L. Ryan

62,367 If a door must be open, an air curtain will prevent insect entry. An air curtain is a fan blowing air down the length of the opening, directed outward at a 45° angle, at 40 km/h.

Google previewLocating and estimating air emissions from sources of polycyclic organic matter

An air curtain is a portable or stationary combustion device that directs a plane of forced air so as to create a curtain of air around the pit where the plastic is burning. Air curtains are used in some states as a means of improving the combustion ...

Google previewPractical Problems in Mathematics for Heating and Cooling Technicians (2012)

by Russell B. DeVore

An air curtain is a flow of air that keeps the air in two areas separate instead of using a door. One manufacturer recommends a flow of 550 ft/min air flow to create the curtain. The opening at the top of a case is % inch wide by 239 6 ft long.

Google previewVentilation of Buildings (2013)

by H.B. Awbi

Air curtains An air curtain is a jet of air blown across a doorway or an entrance to prevent or reduce the ingress of air from outside the building or between two zones of a building. The reduction in air exchange across an unprotected ...

Google previewAdvanced Computational Methods and Experiments in Heat Transfer X (2008)

by Bengt Sundén, C. A. Brebbia

An air curtain is a planar jet of air with large aspect ratio that has higher momentum than its surrounding air and is mainly responsible for separating two adjacent zones that have different characteristics ...

Google previewIllustrated Encyclopedia of Building Services (2013)

by David Kut

warm air curtain A blanket of moving warm air across a doorway or other opening to counteract incoming cold airidraught. It comprises a highvelocity duct ...

Google previewIllustrated Dictionary and Resource Directory of Environmental and Occupational Health, Second Edition (2016)

by Herman Koren

air curtain — A method of containing oil spills in which air bubbles pass through a perforated pipe, ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Meat Sciences (2014)

The duct provides two functions: provides cold air through the holes in the rear panel and provides an air curtain at the Figure 6 Multideck display cabinet for wrapped products. front of the cabinet. The holes in the rear panel direct chilled air ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Construction, Surveying, and Civil Engineering (2012)

by Christopher Gorse, David Johnston, Martin Pritchard

air curtain 12 cellular structure and durability make them a recognized alternative in most belowground situations. Aircrete originated from Scandinavia in the 1950s as an alternative to building with timber. Aircrete is also known commercially ...

Google previewEnvironmental Engineering Dictionary and Directory (2000)

by Thomas M. Pankratz

air curtain aggrade To build up the level or slope of a river bed or valley by the deposit of sediment. AGI Acute gastrointestinal illnesses. Agidisc® Disc filter with integrated agitation system by Baker Process. Agisac Sock-type screening sack ...

Google previewCRC Dictionary of Agricultural Sciences (2001)

by Robert Alan Lewis

air curtain, a "curtain" of bubbles released from a perforated pipe.

Google previewInternational Dictionary of Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning (2006)

by Rehva,

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Google previewA Dictionary of Mechanical Engineering (2013)

by Tony Atkins, Marcel Escudier

air curtain (air door) A stream of temperature-controlled air blown across an open entrance to limit heat transfer with the environment and allow ...

Google previewThe Facts on File Dictionary of Environmental Science (2007)

by Bruce C. Wyman, L. Harold Stevenson

air curtain The flow of air bubbles upward through water from a submerged perforated pipe. Used to contain oil spills. air exchange rate ...

Google previewDictionary of Energy (2014)

by Cutler J. Cleveland, Christopher G. Morris

air curtain Consumption & Efficiency. a continuous broad stream of ...

Google previewLewis' Dictionary of Occupational and Environmental Safety and Health (1999)

by Jeffrey Wayne Vincoli

air curtain A method of containing oil spills. Air bubbling through a spill ...

Google previewCommon Sense Dictionary for First Responders (2006)

by Frank L. Fire

air curtain. A method of containing oil spills. Air bubbling through a perforated pipe causes an upward water flow that slows the spread of oil. It can also be used to stop fish from entering polluted water. air exchange rate .

Google previewDARE's Dictionary of Environmental Sciences and Engineering (2003)

by A.M.O. Mohamed, D. Chenaf, S. El-Shahed

Air curtain: A method of containing oil ...

Google previewDictionary of Construction Terms (2014)

by Simon Tolson

Air curtain or air door A device, typically located over the entrance doors of retail or commercial buildings, which blows warm air in order to minimise the loss of heated or conditioned air. Also used to separate zones within one room.

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