Part of the WingNutz line, which require no back pressure and are easy to operate, this short-reed call has a higher pitch to grab those Canada's attention.
What does BP stand for?
BP stands for Back Pressure
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We have 92 other meanings of BP in our Acronym Attic
- Bank of Zambia
- Brabants Ondersteuningsinstituut Zorg (Dutch)
- Bitter Obstanate Zealot Order
- School of Botany and Zoology (department of the Australian National University)
- Bezpecnost A Ochrana Zdravia Pri Praci (Slovakia, Safety and Health at Work)
- Back Optic Zone Radius (optometry)
- Air Botswana Corporation (IATA airline code)
- Bachelor Party
- Back Pack
- Back Pocket (Australian football position)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The BelGAS division of Marsh Bellofram has introduced the Type P289, described as a high-performance industry back pressure regulator, also functioning as a high-flow relief valve with an adjustable set point.
Headington said the system also takes into account the effect of changing pouring rates by self-tuning back pressure when the g/sec, setpoint is changed.
Combined, VNT with REA delivers 30% more boost at just 90% of the back pressure as compared with the previous-generation system.
The Fisher[R] Type SR5 sanitary pressure regulator and Type SR8 sanitary back pressure regulator are designed for optimal performance in water-for-injection (WFI) and clean steam applications; and clean-in-place (CIP) and sanitize-in-place (SIP) systems.
Additionally, the effectiveness of the spray system (code named "Water Mach" by the Aum Shinrikyo) was questionable; it apparently broke down repeatedly, and hydrostatic back pressure caused the suspension to leak from tubing used to transport it up eight stories.
As any further back pressure on the stick resulted in a near stall, the pilot decided to return to Red Bluff, descending at 150 feet per minute.