dewater


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dewater

To remove water from an excavated job site, usually by draining or pumping.
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Dewater, who will wrestle at 141 and 149 pounds in college, went 40-0 with 35 pins during his senior season with the Pirates.
Assume in the following example that the customer would like to dewater the pipe in 24 hours time.
Compressors were also used to dewater the pipeline, or remove water that was required for hydrostatically testing the pipe for its operational integrity.
The remaining seven wells which are completed as lower zone Wyodak producers continue to dewater.
As we await the completed wells to dewater, we are continuing to drill new wells on our Wyoming and Montana properties.
Moreover, he added, "The initial wells drilled are expected to take longer to dewater relative to those drilled after a field or area has been undergoing dewatering by older wells.
Dart engineer Fred Forrester says the company still needs to "invent its own extruder," and will dewater thermally, not with an extruder, like NPRC.
A single vibrating table takes pellets from an underwater pelletizer and dewaters, dries, cools, and classifies them all on one level, whereas separate units would require a level drop at each transition.
Tatyo has two Centriquip machines: one handles starch from the cold-slice effluent stream and the second dewaters process water used for washing the potatoes.