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degasser

[dē′gas·ər]
(chemistry)
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The initial trials for the adaptive rotary degasser commenced in early 2015 in an application where the lowest possible hydrogen level was the ambition.
SSI also has several secondary steelmaking facilities including argon flushing stations, a ladle furnace, a RH degasser, a tank degasser and a submerged powder injection capability.
The project would add a twin-tank vacuum degasser line, which will make the steel produced "much easier to bend," he said.
You cannot put in a memory degasser (which render disks/magnetic devices unreadable) on people to erase their memory?
2 and a vacuum degasser, officially commissioned on July 16 this year, as well as the slab caster No.
The use of a high-efficiency degasser with a capacity of only 380 uL significantly reduces the time required for the system to stabilize.
Shimadzu system comprised of degasser, quaternary pump, auto injector, column oven and UV/Vis detector.
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.
The new system features a new on-line vacuum degasser, the AutoQ qualification suite and the UltiFlow active flow splitting for LC/ MS.
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.