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surge tank

n
(General Engineering) engineering a tank used to absorb surges in flow
Translations
Wasserschloss
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detailed investigation, survey, land acquisition, design and construction of civil works such as intake channel, jack well cum pump house, roads for pump house yard, surge tanks, supply and fixing and erection of required capacity of pump and motors and supply and laying suitable dia of m.
A total of eight iron-ore slurry surge tanks (each -4,000 m3 capacity) are employed by LKAB at Kiruna, Sweden.
The company has extensive experience in building fabricated vessels for bulk solids storage, stirred reactors, sanitary mix tanks, compounding vessels, vacuum pots, gas surge tanks, cyclones, large diameter pipes, columns and tank farms.
He said required investment for these projects amounted to 21292 billion rials, adding that, "Constructing Sabzb sour crude oil pipeline in Tehran, building Sari crude surge tanks and Naeen-Kashan-Rey 20-inch pipeline are among other projects that will be implemented in 92.
The liquid handling portion of the system discharges three to seven ingredients; surge tanks feed continuously and are refilled via gravity flow each time a full tote is connected to the system
The new Optimizer technology fills surge tanks in the system with smaller volumes of water to build pressure heads, releasing the discharge quicker through multiple orifices.
The reclamation system involves installation of two oil and water separation surge tanks in the Ratawi area.
The Mer-Made Fiberglass Surge Tanks are designed specifically for the pool industry.
Peak periods, with their high-flow rates and excessive guest splashing and carryout (sometimes 2 quarts or more each time a guest leaves a pool), put demands on traditionally sized surge tanks.
This AD would require repetitive inspections to detect chafing and the existence of repairs of the harness of the high-level sensor of the fuel surge tanks, as well as to detect chafe marks on the support canisters of the magnetic level indicators, and follow-on corrective actions if necessary.
In addition, a circular recorder in the QC lab provides real-time charting of ozone levels in the water in the surge tanks feeding the PET line filler.
The use of surge tanks can provide several advantages to the cooling system.