eductor

[ih-duhk-ter]
noun
ejector ( def 3 ).

Origin:
1785–95; < Late Latin: one who leads forth from. See educe, -tor

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Positive ventilation using an air eductor is another method of purging
  flammable vapors from a tank.
Because the liquid is the more dense of the two phases, it is drawn from the
  bottom of the tank with an eductor tube.
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