absorption plant

absorption plant

[əb′sȯrp·shən ‚plant]
(chemical engineering)
A facility to recover the condensable portion of natural or refinery gas.
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The contract will include: the supply of all necessary equipment (cremators, flue gas coolers, filtration/ absorption plant, dump coolers, exhaust gas flues, fans, plus all necessary: controls, acoustic attenuation dampers, valves and motors.
A small absorption plant was built to recover gasoline from the natural gas, but it was destroyed by fire late in 1920.
As a result, Imperial Oil in 1921 bought the assets of the bankrupt company, formed the Royalite Oil Company, and built a new absorption plant.