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sparger

[′spär·jər]
(chemical engineering)
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The system (patent pending) is comprised of a KLS Helical Separator, high pressure injection pump, inlet liquid sparger system, waste collection tank (waste collection tank must be pre-loaded with injection liquid of customer's choice), duplex side stream filter system.
Winekeeper offers systems with a sparger, a wand that can be inserted into an open bottle and fill it with nitrogen.
Pedersen NC, Torten M, Rideout B, Sparger E, Tonachini T, Luciw PA, et al.
Kathy Sparger, MSN, RN, and Pat Collins, MSN, RN, AOCN, of South Miami Hospital, Miami, FL, described a notably different approach to information gathering and writing.
Kathy Sparger, MSN, RN, of South Miami Hospital in Miami, FL, described their celebration upon earning their Magnet status.
Helpful comments and suggestions from Andreas Hornstein, Jennifer Sparger, Alex Wolman, and Roy Webb are gratefully acknowledged.
At the same time, an adjustable airflow is injected into the reactor via a sparger on the top of the vessel.
The use of water jets at moderate pressure is also considered a suitable method for improving the flotation of very finely ground ores, perhaps forming the basis for the design of a new sparger device in column flotation.
A 'breathalyzer' was constructed using a sparger, a NCW/SNC balloon and spectrophotometer to demonstrate the forensic applications of alcohol chemistry.