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treater

[′trēd·ər]
(chemical engineering)
A vessel or system for the contacting of a process stream with reagent (treating) chemicals; for example, acid treating or caustic treating.
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When a company is very good at doing one thing, say metalcasting, they may choose not to become good at heat treatment and find that negotiating a long-term deal with a commercial heat treater better suits their strategic plan and is cost-neutral," Keough said.
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Patient beliefs about psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy should be explored, the professional backgrounds of both treaters explained, and the symptoms for which each treater should be called made explicit.
Counsel for a defendant professional corporation may not communicate with a nondefendant subsequent treater in a different specialty who is a member of the professional corporation.
Under the draft plan, builders, treaters, manufacturers, and insurance companies would have set up a fund to finance roof repairs over a five-year period (see December 1991, page 17).
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Klein points out that with label presses running faster and faster, it is important that the corona treater be capable of producing watt densities that keep up with these increased line speeds.
Atmospheric plasma treating uses one-third the voltage of corona treaters and doesn't require ozone removal.
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Enercon Industries unveils a new surface treating process in April called Plasma Synergy using the company's new Plasma4 atmospheric plasma surface treater.
Introducing Dyne-A-Mite VCP plasma surface treater, whose variable-chemistry plasma is said to allow for easier application and improved adhesion of coatings, adhesives, inks, and labels.
New from leading orientation machinery, producer, Marshall and Williams Plastics is its Sherman Treater for in-line corona treatment, which has been in commission in the M & W's lab/pilot facility in Providence, RI.