flash chamber

flash chamber

[′flash ‚chām·bər]
(chemical engineering)
A conventional oil-and-gas separator operated at low pressure, with the liquid from a higher-pressure vessel being flashed into it. Also known as flash trap; flash vessel.

flash chamber

A tank between the expansion valve and evaporator in a refrigeration system to separate and bypass any flash gas formed in the expansion valve.
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My company has taken advantage of it by purchasing a long list of equipment: a moulder, spray booths, air make-up units, a flash chamber, an oven, a forklift a lathe, an overhead sander, an overhead router, dust collection equipment, material racks, lift tables, a gang ripsaw, a horizontal sander, an edge sander, two saws, and the electronic measuring devices that go with them.
National Laboratory at an altitude of 7,000 feet, differs from most in having in its center a flash chamber, which is actually part of an accelerator laboratory there, and which can identify muons.
Automatic needle protection -- Bloodless IV starts -- Built-in optional Heparin/Saline lock -- Revolutionary new flash chamber -- Simplified training -- Sterile cannulations assured -- Safe and easy blood draws/samples -- Additional proximal injection port -- Optimized design features including no looping, better sensitivity, easier injections etc.
The lab-size HT F32-323-2-E1 pelletizing system has a rear vent for extracting liquids and solvents, a flash chamber and two mechanical filters for vapor removal, and a new 50-mm size Turbulator pelletizer at the discharge end.