air stripping


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air stripping

[′er ‚strip·iŋ]
(chemical engineering)
The process of bubbling air through water to remove volatile organic substances from the water.
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air stripping, batch distillation) have been studied for removal of ammonium as well as volatile organic compounds from wastewater [20, 21].
City water wells were fitted with air stripping towers to help remove the volatile chemicals from the water, and they remain in use.
The system is comprised of four unit processes: pretreatment under anaerobic conditions, ultrafiltration, air stripping and absorption, and reverse osmosis.
When dry air is used, the process referred to as air stripping is usually performed with pelletized resin in an air environment at temperatures between 150 and 200 [degrees] C.
The primary treatment process, air stripping, removes anticipated VOC concentrations from raw water.
Based on the form of pollution--gas, solid, liquid, and noise--topics include portable water aeration air stripping, microscreening, fluoridation and defluoridation, ion exchange, chlorination, and others.
The most widely used cleanup methods that take advantage of chemical volatility are air stripping, SVE and air sparging.
Detailed descriptions are given for each of the common and uncommon disinfection or disinfection-related techniques: chlorine, chloramination, chlorine dioxide, ozonation, ultraviolet radiation systems, membrane filtration, air stripping, and activated carbon absorption.
The options of packed column air stripping or diffused air systems were then evaluated.
The groundwater will be treated with air stripping technology to remove the TCE contamination.