sand return

sand return

[′san ri‚tərn]
(petroleum engineering)
The return of injected sand to the wellbore following formation fracturing; it constitutes a problem.
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The equipment needed to fit under the current sand belt conveyor and over an existing sand return pit, all while working into the flow of melt and casting extraction and sand return.
When O'Sullivan saw off Judd Trump in the semi-finals, he looked a good thing to trigger the bag of sand return, and when he was in prime position in the third frame of the first-to-three final (one apiece at the time) it looked for all the tea in China as if he would down Ding.
Never a band to follow the tried and tested and ultimately humdrum route to success, Sand return to Birmingham next month not to play a gig, but to spearhead a collaborative event.
We welcome you to visit our booth and see a furnace charge feeder for 10 metric ton, medium-frequency induction furnace, flat deck shakeout for an automated molding line, and large No-Bake mold shakeout with sand return conveyor and overhead magnet.
In comparison to the use of chills, cooling fins: are not ordered and manufactured; are not retrieved from the shakeout and sand return system where they can cause damage to castings and to the shakeout line and suffer wear; and do not have to be stored for later use.
Dry beach sand reflects 12 percent, while wet beach sand returns only 5 percent.
Pop it in the oven again and the sand returns to its dough-like consistency.
The fines and other waste particles are accumulated in dust collectors and disposed, and the reclaimed sand returns to the mixer on the molding line.