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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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.
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.
I have to return some videotapes," says Patrick Bateman to his fiancee in American Psycho, dropkicking their engagement with the most memorable blow-off line of this or any movie year.
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Equipment and system capabilities for rubber profile, tubing and hose extrusions are featured in the company's two-page, four-color bulletin, including accumulators and let-offs, cold feed extruders (vented and non-vented), profile and tubing extrusion die heads, shear heads and gear pumps, microwave and hot-air curing systems, infrared curing systems (vertical and horizontal), continuous salt bath curing systems, hot air salt removal blow-off units, hot water wash units, cooling tanks and cooling drums.