wash water

wash water

[′wäsh ‚wȯd·ər]
(chemical engineering)
Water contacted with process streams (liquid or gas), packed beds, or filter cakes to flush or dissolve out impurities.

wash water, flush water

Water carried on a truck mixer in a special tank for flushing the interior of the concrete mixer after discharge of the concrete.
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Contract notice: Laboratory services 2016-2018 for water protection systems, water supply systems and tunnel wash water.
Adding a sanitizer or cleaner to the wash water can increase its effectiveness.
The hot caustic wash water melts and disperses the hot melt adhesive, releasing the label from the bottle.
Tablet dissolves into the wash water, creating a protective SPF/UPF level of 25-30 on each garment in the machine, lasting up to one year depending on garment wash frequency.
Bartman will speak on the issues of continuous monitoring the seawater discharge of scrubber wash water and how discharge regulations can be met.
The machines wash by sustained jetting with hot water and detergent, with maximum economy being achieved by re-circulating the wash water and detergent via an efficient but easy to clean filter system.
And when it's time for wash down, it prevents damming, allowing CIP solutions and wash water to reach the floor drain.
Non-storm water discharge, also called illicit discharge, includes sewage, process wastewater, wash water and chemical pollutants including paint, oil and other automotive fluids.
Kitchen and laundry water can be used on plants, just make sure you don't use bleach or any harsh chemicals in the wash water (it will kill the plants).
A heavy-duty 5 HP pump recirculates wash water through high velocity and stainless steel "V" jets cut through stubborn soils.
Each wash element on the series is constructed with an integrated sloped, steel pan designed to capture and discharge the wash water into either steel, or a concrete water recycling and solids separation tank.
Instead of being flushed away after the impregnation process, Rexeal 100 can be separated from the wash water in one of Ultraseal's Sealant Recycling Systems, which will return the excess sealant and the cleaned wash water in a closed loop system for reuse in further impregnation cycles.