Stream flowing; discharge.
Emergency fuel shut-off.
Electrode. Electric conductor through which an electric
current enters or leaves an electrolyte.
Electrolysis. Chemical change, especially decomposition,
produced in an electrolyte by an electric current.
Electrolyte. A substance capable of forming solutions with
other substances which produce ions and thereby permit the
Electrical Block Valve. A diaphragm control valve which is
operated by an electric solenoid valve on the trim.
electric currents without permanent physical or chemical
change; copper, aluminum.
Emulsion. A suspension of small globules of one liquid in a
second liquid with which the first will not mix.
Epoxy Coating. A coating of thermosetting resins having
strong adhesion to the parent structure, toughness, and high
corrosion and chemical resistance, also used as an adhesive.
composition of mixtures of combustible vapors and air which
are capable of producing an explosion or combustion when
ignited; also flammable limit.
Explosion-proof. Classification of electrical enclosures for
use in hazardous areas designed to prevent the passage of
internal arcs, sparks or flames.
Fuel Automated System.