rundown tank

rundown tank

[′rən‚dau̇n ‚taŋk]
(chemical engineering)
A tank in which the product from a still, agitator, or other processing equipment is received, and from which the product is pumped to larger storage tanks. Also known as pan tank; receiving tank.
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The main pump is shaft driven and sized to handle an ESD shutdown, thus no rundown tank or DC backup system is required.