Origin of igniter
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Inside this chamber are located the igniter parts of Frank's electric ignition system.
Between drinking oil by the gallon and quarrelling with their igniter they were in dry dock for repairs most of the season.Camping
Alexandra G. Lockwine
A century later, “instant lights” were sold, with molten phosphorus as the “igniter,” but they proved cumbersome and unreliable.
This is the valve for the alcohol—this is the igniter—here are the brakes—this is the speed control.Mr. Hawkins' Humorous Adventures
This point will vary with different methods of ignition, as well as the location of the spark-plug or igniter.Aviation Engines</p>
Victor Wilfred Pag
- a person or thing that ignites
- a fuse to fire explosive charges
- an electrical device for lighting a gas turbine
- a subsidiary electrode in an ignitron
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