blow-off


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blow-off

a tank which receives discharge from a boiler blow-off
On a boiler, an outlet to permit the discharge of accumulated deposits from water.
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After initiation, discharge starts to supply energy to the air-fuel mixture while discharge stretches, and then the first blow-off occurred.
Before examining blow-off suppression method, the blow-off occurrence mechanism should be mentioned.
It said silt and clay deposits at the entrance of Units 3 and 4 penstocks where the blow-off pipe is located had to be hauled away with the use of a 35-ton crane with clamp-shell.
Timesavers' new Random Air Motion Blow-Off is simple, efficient, uses few parts, reduces labor and improves the air quality in the plant.
That's exactly what happened to a tank that took an RPG and mortar round hit to the blow-off panels during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
The key to blow-off panel success is using Grade 5 bolts.
The 4872 Monorail Shotblast System, an eight-wheel machine, is fully automated and includes heavy-duty blast wheels; a total media throwing capacity of 3600 lb/min; an air cannon blow-off for quieter, more effective abrasive removal; an upper storage system that houses shot media above the machine for efficient abrasive metering; a work envelope of 48 in.
Components such as hinged inlet conveyors, impression markers, splice presses, slitters, dip tanks, reservoirs, mix tanks, blow-off knives, festoon cooling sections, chillers, pick-offs, cut-off knives, straight line stackers, strip stackers, automated skid handling, access platforms and controls are all available as batch off retrofits.
When placed as part of a machine order, the dip tank includes the reservoir and blow-off options.
The loudest sound was the blast of an air blow-off nozzle on a mold, or possibly the swish of a pneumatic sprue picker.