blowdown line

blowdown line

[′blō‚dau̇n ‚līn]
(chemical engineering)
A large conduit to receive and confine fluids forced by pressure from process vessels.
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The waste stream was sent to the wet blowdown system through a piping connection from the unit to the blowdown line from the DGA flash drum.
On high-pressure gas systems consideration should be given to the provision of a blowdown line, incorporating a globe valve or restriction orifice, for controlled depressurization.
Why would anyone who's responsible for the budget let $1,000 a week worth of expensive treatment chemicals go down the blowdown line? It doesn't make sense, but this sort of action gets repeated again and again.
It is common to measure chloride at four points, the make-up, the feedwater, the boiler blowdown line and the condensate.