discharge port


discharge port
išmetimo anga statusas T sritis automatika atitikmenys: angl. discharge port vok. Ausflußöffnung, f; Auslaß, m rus. выхлопное отверстие, n pranc. orifice d'échappement, m; orifice de vidange, m; orifice d'évacuation, m

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