deaeration


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deaeration

(ˌdiːɛərˈeɪʃən)
n
chem the act of extracting a gas from a liquid
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High viscosity of a paint may limit its leveling and/or deaeration during a drying process.
com) is pleased to announce the launch of its compact Membrane Deaeration (MDA) product line for use in waterflooding, improved oil recovery (IOR), and enhanced oil recovery (EOR) applications.
These include deaeration, a process of heating feed water to remove oxygen from the feed water.
Wetting of the air-solid, air-water interface to enable proper deaeration of dry pigment, eliminating the detrimental effects of entrapped air on both milling efficiency and foam,
In the case of SCC the self deaeration is vital, so this feature of VMA application, especially for the dosages higher than 0.
One is vacuum deaeration mode which combines 400G centrifugal force and vacuum, and other is atmospheric pressure deaeration mode which utilizes powerful centrifugal force of maximum 670G.
Tego Airex 990 is a compatible deaerator for clear and pigmented coatings, strengthened by its ability to balance compatibility and effective deaeration.
In all cases, filling cycles are initiated with a manual push button or by electrical contact closure, after which filling, deaeration and any required disconnection of the equipment from the container inlet are automatic.
The flavor packs are added just before packaging and shipping to compensate for the loss of aroma and taste during deaeration.
19) Nickel has good resistance to corrosion in the normal atmosphere, in natural freshwaters, and in deaeration nano-oxidizing acids, and it also has an excellent resistance to corrosion in alkaline media.
Effects of Deaeration Methods on Dissolution Testing in Aqueous Media: A Study Using a Total Dissolved Gas Pressure Meter," J.
Oxygen removal can be accomplished by means of chemical oxygen scavengers, vacuum deaeration, or sparging with an inert gas.