Muffler definition

Muffler means a properly functioning sound dissipative device or system for abating the sound on engines or equipment where such device is part of the normal configuration of the equipment.
Muffler means a device for abat- ing the sound of escaping gases of an internal combustion engine.
Muffler means an acoustical suppression device or system that is designed and installed to abate the sound of exhaust gases emitted from an internal combustion engine and that prevents excessive or unusual noise.

Examples of Muffler in a sentence

  • Muffler shall be mounted horizontally and shall discharge horizontally.

  • Muffler means a sound-dissipative device or system for attenuating the sound of escaping gases of an internal combustion engine where such a device is part of the normal configuration of the equipment.

  • Muffler with vertical stack and heat shield, preferably on right hand side.


More Definitions of Muffler

Muffler means an apparatus consisting of a series of chambers or baffle plates designed for the purpose of transmitting gases while reducing sound emanating from such apparatus.
Muffler means a device consisting of a series of chambers or other mechanical designs for the purpose of receiving exhaust gas from an internal combustion engine, or for the purpose of introducing water to the flow of the exhaust gas and which is effective in reducing sound resulting therefrom.
Muffler or "muffler system" means a sound suppression
Muffler means an automotive-style sound- suppression device or system designed to effectively abate the sound of exhaust gases emitted from an internal combustion engine and prevent excessive sound when installed on such an engine.
Muffler means a properly functioning sound dissipative device or system consisting of a series of chambers, baffle plates, or other mechanical devices for abating the sound of escaping exhaust gases.