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deaeration

[dē‚er′ā·shən]
(engineering)
Removal of gas or air from a substance, as from feedwater or food.
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Meanwhile, the auto air extractor was set to deaerate at 260 strokes per revolution.
It is being supplied with a patented 'Floc-Miser' feed-well which will deaerate and optimise the flocculation of the solids and then distribute the flocculated slurry evenly within the fluidised bed.
Recommended for products such as coatings and pastes, it disperses one or more finely divided solids into liquids and will simultaneously deaerate.
After mixing, the blender operates under vacuum to deaerate the mix.
The fuel system also has an electronic fuel rift pump which deaerates the fuel system automatically when the ignition is turned on.
A defoamant is an additive that degasses or deaerates foam in a liquid media, and can be either a defoamer or antifoam.