eductor


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eductor

[ē′dək·tər]
(engineering)
An ejectorlike device for mixing two fluids.
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Company's venturi eductors with no moving parts are used to transport pellets and powders.
The unloaders' surge hoppers are equipped with the company's flexible screw conveyors that gravimetrically feed hulk solids into a central solid-liquid eductor that blends the material into a liquid stream in variable ratios set by the user.
After stabilizing combustion, the blower was started and the air flow was set at a particular flow rate and the eductor was detached from the reactor.
The tanks each feature four inline eductor nozzles.
By pre-dispersing the powder particles in the dry state and increasing the availability of a liquid surface area through a vacuum eductor system, the rapid loading of powders can be sustained in an enclosed, environmentally safe process," says Mr.
The discharge and eductor hoses are fabricated locally.
The particles are blown into the eductor, which causes it to react very rapidly with the plasma plume, turning the particles of waste into syngas, which is made up of carbon monoxide and hydrogen.
A full color brochure describes the dry solids handling eductor, said to be a maintenance-free alternative to rotary airlock bulk feeding components.
Delicate or soft trim may be handled with a tearing fan while webs with greater strength will require an in-line cutter and/or a venturi eductor in order to be removed from the production line.
The Walking Beam system includes a number of BTU's proprietary technologies including variable density refractory components, eductor technology and the Walking Beam mechanism.
Designed for high-speed and high-volume mixing requirements, the SLIM is a unique rotor/stator device capable of injecting powders directly into a fast-moving liquid stream without the need for an eductor or pump.