Definitions for "Reducer"
A reducer is a lineal wood moulding designed to provide a gradual transition where wood flooring meets a thinner flooring material, like vinyl or linoleum.
A solvent used to thin paints.
a petroleum product used to thin enamels and polyurethanes to the appropriate spraying viscosity
Keywords:  pipefitting, cove, pipe, diameter, fit
A contrivance for reducing the dimensions of one part so as to fit it to another, as a reducing coupling, or a device for holding a drilling a chuck.
fitting enabling pipes of different diameter to fit together
A strip of wood used to join two floors of different heights.
a substance capable of bringing about the reduction of another substance as it itself is oxidized; used in photography to lessen the density of a negative or print by oxidizing some of the slackened silver
a substance that donates electrons thereby facilitating a gain of electrons (oxidation)
Materials that burn, chemically react with, and give up electrons (see oxidizer).
A hydraulic device for reducing pressure and hence increasing movement, used to transmit the load from the hydraulic support of the lower shackle to the lever weighing apparatus in some kinds of heavy testing machines.
Keywords:  bushing, see
See bushing.
A threaded metal ring that reduces the opening of the lamp collar to the next smaller size.
a connector having a smaller line size at one end than the other.
Keywords:  valve
A reducing valve.
Keywords:  motion
A reducing motion.
Keywords:  density, agent, developer
A reducing agent, either a developer or an agent for reducing density.
Keywords:  speed, see
see Speed Reducer
Keywords:  one
One who, or that which, reduces.