varec

varec

(ˈværɛk)
n
1. (Plants) another name for kelp
2. (Elements & Compounds) the ash obtained from kelp
[C17: from French, from Old Norse wrek (unattested); see wreck]
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Tenders are invited for purchase of one (1) varec 12 flame arrester with horizontal installation and eight (8) flame arrester kits to be used on plant digester covers to prevent propagation of a flame from external sources such as gas, etc.
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