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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Deaeration appears to be the most important process challenge in curtain coating.
2 meters in diameter and one Hedemora drum filter of the same size, as well as three Celleco Cleanpac 700/700LD centrifugal cleaner systems and one Celleco Cleanvac stock deaeration system.
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.
Series of acetoxy stearates includes Paricin 8 for PVC plastisols, which boasts nonexudation, easy deaeration, and maintenance of low viscosity.
It combines deaeration with excellent flow and leveling properties.
Careful choice of coating formulations and deaeration has made high-speed curtain coating possible.
The mixer offers complete deaeration of the finished product, smoother finished products and mixes and contamination-free materials.
Specifically, the study was focused on the pressurization and concomitant heat transfer occurring in the regular flighted screw sections of the co-rotating twin-screw extruder following adequate mixing and deaeration of the suspension.
APV Americas produces deaeration plants for brewing industry applications.
The company also designs and manufactures process solutions for the oilfield and refinery markets, including equipment for the processing and conditioning of seawater for injection, desalting oil streams and separating oil from water in oil production streams, with products consisting of fine filters, coarse filters, nutshell filters, floating units, hydrocyclones, coalescers, deaeration towers, electrochlorinators and electrostatic desalters.