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degasser

[dē′gas·ər]
(chemistry)
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Steel hired BMI Refractory Services to perform a 'tearout' of the degasser's deteriorated face brick," according to the opinion.
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Planned capital spending in 2006 includes $17.7 million for the installation of a vacuum degasser at its Montpelier, IA steelworks to provide a more sophisticated and extensive range of steel products.
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The plant will include an electric arc furnace, two ladle furnaces, a vacuum degasser and the downstream CSP plant comprised of a thin slab caster, a continuous furnace and a six-stand hot rolling mill.
It also features a new high-performance degasser, autosampler, column compartment and UV and MS detectors.
After that come the degasser, desander, and desilter.
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