air purge

air purge

[′er ‚pərj]
(mechanical engineering)
Removal of particulate matter from air within an enclosed vessel by means of air displacement.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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In addition, the PowrSpray(TM) Solution System makes it easier for the operator to perform a number of functions from the load station, including nozzle check, air purge and system cleanout, and field cleaning with an on-board pressure washer.
To simplify installation, the analysers are certified for hazardous areas (ATEX, IECEx, NEC) without requiring an air purge. Remote analyser control is facilitated through a secure Ethernet connection.
An air purge collar is integrated and protective windows are an option.
The optics also are protected by an air purge system, featuring an air purge blower rather than using compressed air.
(76 x 183-cm) diameter cylindrical mixing chamber, and is equipped with stuffing box-style air purge seals.
Fitted with coated, hardened stainless steel paddles for abrasion resistance, the agitator is supported by pillow block bearings mounted externally at opposite ends of the 30" x 72" (76 x 183 cm) diameter cylindrical mixing chamber, and is equipped with stuffing box-style air purge seals.
The pictured blender features Hastelloy C-276 product-wetted surfaces, flanged nozzles with spray heads for liquid introduction, air purge and sampling nipples, RTD thermoprobe and a 6" knife gate discharge valve.
The acoustics-based RL features a self-cleaning, non-stick surface that does not require routine maintenance or air purge for cleaning.