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degassing

[dē′gas·iŋ]
(engineering)
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For over 25 years, in conjunction with the current line of Pli-Valv one-way degassing valves, Chica go, Illinois-based Plitek has been custom engineering valve applicator systems that can be integrated on customers' packaging machinery providing full customer support and simplifying the source of degassing systems.
The result is a European ban on sailing degassing that will apply in all European member states.
'This degassing could still trigger magma ascent in the volcano.
Project lead Prof Dmitry Eskin of the Brunel Centre for Advanced Solidification Technology explains: "The most common current method, argon rotary degassing, is energy intensive, involves rotating brittle parts and expensive argon gas.
Currently the most adopted technology of degassing is so-called argon rotary degassing where a porous graphite rotor is submerged into the melt and Ar is purged through the rotor to the bottom of the bulk melt.
The TVE extruder configuration (with the melt filter upstream of the melt degassing extruder section to form the TVEplus technology), enables extremely difficult waste materials--including full-surface and multilayer printed packaging films that are increasing in use--to be processed in a single pass to produce high-grade recycled pellets.
This device is ideal for in-line degassing of water and buffer solutions in laboratory and analytical applications.
So, technological scheme of producing especially low-carbon steels obligatory includes processes of degassing, deoxidizing, and refining of the semi-finished product, molten in the steel-melting unit.
MV Products, a division of Mass-Vac, Inc., has introduced the MV Vacuum Degassing Chamber for batch processing epoxies, urethanes, resins, and other viscous fluids.
Supercure LS4201, a further development of Borealis' LE4201, was engineered to enhance performance by decreasing the length of the processing run (thus a lower propensity for scorch), by reducing the degassing process, and by maintaining or increasing extrusion speed.
Although several degassing techniques have been developed and are widely used today, all work with the same goal in mind: to separate unwanted gases from solvent samples.