deaerator


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deaerator

(diːˈɛəreɪtə)
n
(Chemistry) a piece of apparatus that extracts a gas from a liquid
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M2 PRESSWIRE-August 21, 2019-: Global Nuclear Deaerator Market Analysis, Trends and Growth Opportunities During the Forecast Period, 2017-2027
The aim of the work is to demonstrate the features of the application of exergy analysis method for sorption and desorption processes via example of the deaerator.
SPIRAX SARCO says its pressurised deaerator system reduces the dissolved oxygen content of boiler feedwater to virtually nil without chemical treatment.
Spirax Sarco has launched a pressurised deaerator system that reduces the dissolved oxygen content of boiler feedwater to virtually nil without chemical treatment.
(7) Effective deaeration of coatings can only occur when the defoamer or deaerator is active in the bulk of the coating liquid as well as at the surface.
The deaerator was being operated at 7 psig (233[degrees]F); however, it was installed on the roof of the boiler building with a pump suction elevation head of 45 feet.
Spacers of 200 and 300 mm length are available which can be used individually or in combination to vary the length of the deaerator column.
Tego Coating and Additives and Specialty Reins has introduced Tego Airex 904 W, a new deaerator designed to eliminate micro-foam in clear and pigmented wood, architectural and industrial water-based coatings.
The contract covers the delivery of process modules for a floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) unit, and includes engineering, procurement, construction, assembly, test and delivery of Aker Kvaerner's sulphate removal unit (SRU) and deaerator system.
Another deaerator installation, similar in size to the Normandy system has been installed at a copper concentrator in Australia where froth has been a serious concern.