deaeration


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deaeration

[dē‚er′ā·shən]
(engineering)
Removal of gas or air from a substance, as from feedwater or food.
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Thanks to its modularised construction, the product family includes a two-component system, a multi-component system with up to eight dosed-in individual components, a carbonating system as a stand-alone machine directly upstream of the filler, and a dedicated water deaeration system.
Hamilton points out that because deaeration removes the natural essences and nutrients that give truly fresh orange juice its flavor, juice companies hire flavor and fragrance companies - the same companies that formulate perfumes for Dior and Calvin Klein - to add substances to the juice to make it taste as though it came straight from fresh-squeezed oranges.
sup-1] to an aeration tank, which is followed by a decantation tank to remove precipitated iron, and finally to a deaeration tank before leaving the seawater pump house.
We also offer full process sterilization, in-line homogenization, deaeration, custom hold times, ultra-clean filling, data analysis and more.
Capable of throughput as high as 400 kg/hr, the WP200VN Roller Compactor includes features such as vacuum deaeration, water cooled vacuum rollers and the company's patented combivent feed system.
Deaeration efficiency is critical, and large capacity is required.
GORE[TM] Medical Membranes can meet needs for pressure equalization and deaeration as well as provide a contamination barrier in medical devices.
Supplemental expansion deaeration and drawdown tanks are also available to meet coolant volume requirements.
The piping system started at a deaeration tank in which oxygen was removed from the water to prolong the life of the boiler.
In addition to nitrogenation, the membrane has been used for ultrapure deoxygenation and decarbonation; boiler feed water degasing and process water deaeration and carbonation.
Lowering ambient air pressure within a confined space, called vacuum degasification or deaeration, accomplishes the same result.
Some CHA loss is incurred during condensate deaeration because of the volatile nature of cyclohexylamine (15).