degasifier

degasifier

[dē′gas·ə‚fī·ər]
(metallurgy)
An alloy added to molten metal to facilitate the removal of dissolved gases.
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This project includes the demolition of the existing odor control system and portions of a buried concrete basin, the installation of two degasifier systems, a biological trickling filter system, and associated equipment and appurtenances.
Tenders are invited for Low vacuum degasifier machine and electrostatic liquid cleaner
The degasifier system will be constructed of the business unit's unique NSF approved DUALLast fiberglass reinforced plastic construction and is expected to ship in the fourth quarter of the Company's current fiscal year.
New degasifier tower with degasifier sump and blower
Ultra filtration, cation exchange, degasification to remove carbon dioxide, anion exchange followed by a mixed bed polishing system and then a degasifier to remove oxygen will be included in the boiler feed water treatment.
The boiler feed water treatment will consist of ultrafiltration, cation exchange, degasification to remove carbon dioxide; anion exchange followed by a mixed bed polishing system and then a degasifier to remove oxygen.
De Hont, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Met-Pro Corporation (NYSE: MPR), announced today that the Company's Environmental Air Solutions business unit has received an order, valued in excess of $500,000, to supply a Duall brand aeration system, complete with degasifiers, scrubber, and exhaust fans, to a municipal water treatment facility.
According to Timothy White, spokesperson for ForeignTRADEX, the company recently added over 50 international suppliers of industrial wastewater treatment equipment as well as a value-added guide from companies specializing in reverse osmosis systems, water makers, membrane cleaning systems, sea water reverse osmosis, membrane bioreactor (MBR), degasifiers, brackish water RO and various allied products at http://www.
The composite melt was thoroughly stirred and subsequently degasifiers were added.
Each system, which includes degasifiers, scrubbers and fans, is designed to remove hydrogen sulfide and other contaminants from groundwater to prepare it for its eventual use as drinking water.