FILTER - A device which removes dirt from the air or a fluid.
FLASHPOINT - The lowest temperature at which vapors of a solvent will ignite and bum.
FLUID - A substance that can flow; that is either a gas or a liquid.
FRAYED - Something which has been worn away or unraveled, usually by rubbing.
FRETTING - A wearing away or corroding of an area.
GASKET - A seal or packing used between matched machine parts or around pipe joints to prevent the escape of gas or
GOGGLES - A device used to protect the eyes from dust, dirt, flying chips, etc.
GUDGEON PIN - A pivot pin.
IMMERSE - To completely cover by fluid.
INHALATION - The act of breathing in. The breathing in or inhalation of carbon monoxide can cause illness or death.
INITIAL - The first or starting condition.
LEGIBLE - Capable of being read. A legible nameplate can be read, an illegible plate cannot.
MALFUNCTION - Occurs when a unit fails to operate normally.
MANUFACTURER - The company which makes an item or piece of equipment for sale.
MATERIAL - 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 pivot.
PORT - A threaded hole through which fluid may pass, or a pressure may be measures. Ports on the pump are used to
connect hoses, and to measure pressure.
PRIME - The act of introducing a liquid into a pump to increase the pump's ability to overcome negative head pressure.