dilute phase

dilute phase

[də′lüt ‚fāz]
(chemical engineering)
In liquid-liquid extraction, the liquid phase that is dilute with respect to the material being extracted.
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A gate valve produced by Vortex Valves has been designed specifically to handle dry bulk solids in gravity flow, dilute phase, or vacuum conveying up to 1 bar, and represents "a significant design innovation" over the company's original Orifice Gate.
After due consultation and product performance assessment in Flexicon's test laboratory in early 2009, a totally enclosed, positive pressure, dilute phase pneumatic conveying system was installed at the Droitwich facility.
Flexicon has introduced a Vacuum Receiver with a pneumatically actuated dump valve for dilute phase pneumatic conveying systems.
Line of pneumatic-conveying systems includes dense, semi-dense and dilute phase.
And, using its LDP 2000 dilute phase pneumatic conveying system, the company can convey at velocities well over 7,000 feet per minute.
The Quantum[TM] Series Orifice Gate[TM] valve is designed specifically to handle dry bulk solids in gravity flow, dilute phase, or vacuum conveying up to 15 psig (depending on size and modifications), thus eliminating production inefficiencies and frequent valve maintenance.
The amount of bed material elutriated into the dilute phase will increase with increasing height of bed material, which favors reduction of the temperature of the dilute phase keeping temperature in the furnace uniform.
Designed for use in dilute phase (up to 15 psig) pneumatic conveying systems, each custom-built assembly can operate under complete computer control, making diversion of material a "point-and-click" procedure.
Our pneumatic conveying systems are conventional dilute phase, either pressure or vacuum.
Using in-house test facilities, Gericke has been able to improve the sieving efficiency of its inline centrifugal sifters which are specifically designed for direct installation into Dilute Phase Pneumatic Conveying Systems.
A vacuum dilute phase conveyor, for instance, is often the first conveyor that roasteries purchase due to the fact a small venturi system is inexpensive to buy.