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Ignitor

Ignitor may mean:

  • An ignitor is a device used to trigger an explosive reaction.
  • An ignitor may also be an electrical device that ignites gaseous fuel in an oven or a furnace. Two styles, spark gap and resistive element, are in common use.
  • An ignitor is a device used to initiate combustion in a gas turbine engine during 'light up'
  • Ignitor (band), a heavy metal band from Austin, Texas.
  • IGNITOR, an Italian nuclear fusion research project

An ignitor is also a part of the ignition system of an internal-combustion engine which delivers spark to the combustion chamber:

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