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COVCrimes of Violence (law enforcement)
COVCongress of Vienna (1814-1815; Vienna, Austria)
COVComposti Organici Volatili (Italian: Volatile Organic Compounds)
COVCalculus of Variations
COVCoefficient of Variation
COVComposés Organiques Volatiles (French)
COVCompuestos Orgánicos Volátiles (Spanish: Volatile Organic Compounds)
COVCities on Volcanoes (conference)
COVCover Page
COVCross over Vehicle
COVCommonwealth of Virginia
COVCity of Villians (game)
COVCentrale Organisatie voor de Vleessector (Dutch: Central Organization for the Meat Industry)
COVClub Omnisports de Valbonne (French: Multisport Club of Valbonne; Valbonne, France)
COVCorona Virus
COVChange of venue
COVChrist Our Vision (ministry)
COVClub Omnisports de Vernouillet (French: Multisport Club of Vernouillet; Vernouillet, France)
COVConnellsvile (Amtrak station code; Connellsville, PA)
COVClose Out Visit (health care)
COVCryovac (Sealed Air corporation brand)
COVCercle Ornithologique Villeneuvois (French ornithological club)
COVCo-Variant
COVChant of Victory (Lineage 2 game)
COVCounter Obstacle Vehicle
COVCutoff Valve
COVCommittee for Overseas Vietnamese (Vietnam)
COVContinuous Optimal Values
COVCertificate of Origin for a Vehicle
COVClosed Order Variance
COVClub Olympique Vincennois (French sports club)
COVCoke Oven Volatiles
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Diesel engine air cutoff valves are available in many sizes to accommodate different air intake piping.
You'll also need some 3/8[inches] and 5/16[inches] gas line, several small hose clamps, a 3/8[inches] to 5/16[inches] hose reducer (a little thing that accepts several different size hoses and has little ridges that hold the hose on), and some type of cutoff valve. I have used many different types of gas cutoff valves, aquarium air valves, old gas heater valves and utility valves.
My classroom is a science lab, I take the time to show other teachers where the master cutoff valves are for the natural gas and water lines.
One of the remaining potential sources of lead in residential drinking water is the leaded-brass cutoff valves that are used in residential plumbing systems.
* One of the remaining sources of lead in residential drinking water is cutoff valves.