circulating system

circulating system

[′sər·kyə‚lād·iŋ ′sis·təm]
(chemical engineering)
Fluid system in which the process fluid is taken from and pumped back into the system, as in the circulation of distillation column bottoms through an external heater.
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The circulating system takes some of air, adjusts the temperature and circulates air back to room.
It can also be used as a temperature controlled circulating system, and can protect your pipes from freezing in the winter.
The dryer is provided with the proven alternating and split-flow air circulating system ensuring an optimum temperature distribution.
Accordingly, during a cold start, the electrified oil will remain charged and if moved can give rise to charge accumulation in the circulating system.
It's also equipped with a circulating system which converts evaporated moisture into nanoe ions, thus protecting hair from heat damage.
Using Variable Speed Drives with end-of-loop pressure controls on the glycol circulating system allows the system to optimize the flow rates at each display case and walk-in cooler," adds Tom Kilroy, industrial systems engineer for Hill PHOENIX.
In spite of the fact that the air circulating system had been turned off due to the new tar on the library's roof, folks stuck around to craft a joint letter of complaint and request for refund to be sent to The Grant Institute," said Mole, who said she plans to set up her own grant writing workshop for Alaskan nonprofits.
It seems Mother Nature has built in a circulating system of antimicrobial factories that protect the animals while they are waiting to develop the cell-mediated response that we would develop quickly," he says.
the low rate of lubricant application, which is made possible with biphasic lubrication, provides continuous lubrication without the requirement of a circulating system design;
Chapters for the first semester cover rotary drilling for oil and natural gas, drilling fluids, the rotary rig circulating system, drill bit hydraulics, and prevention and control mechanics of well blowouts.
This technology works with an automotive plant's existing waterborne basecoat, primer and electrocoat layers and can be used with a conventional circulating system.
Puffy, loosely held "flocs" may be analyzed with good results if there is enough shear from a pump or circulating system to separate the particles during measurement.