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What does NV stand for?
NV stands for Needle Valve
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We have 15 other meanings of NV in our Acronym Attic
- National Uniform Yield Trials
- Netcells User Zone (internet network)
- New Unified Zoning Ordinance (Indiana)
- Naamloze Vennootschap (Dutch: Limited Liability Company)
- Nach Vereinbarung (German: to be agreed)
- Napa Valley (California)
- Nature Valley
- Naval Vessel
Samples in periodicals archive:
Spring-loaded: These are basically a needle valve that is held shut via a heavy spring.
Also running was a state of the art test mould from Agentdraw, which featured conformal cooling for faster cycle times, Engel Flomo water flow control, electric needle valve gate technology from Ewikon and mould instrumentation technology from Kistler.
The Bennett TV-2P had a small needle valve take off on its 50 psig gas inlet to which a small bore nebulizer tubing could be attached.
2 OMITTED] Gas System III, with Two Variable Area Flowmeters, a Needle Valve and a Switch The distinctiveness of this setup (Figure 2.
Another remarkable development was the 'magnetic carburettor' in which an electrically operated needle valve could be used to cut off the fuel supply when the car was coasting, thus economising on petrol.
Another remarkable developement was the 'magnetic carburettor' in which an electrically operated needle valve could be used to cut off the fuel supply when the car was coasting, thus economising on petrol.