dump tank

dump tank

[′dəmp ‚taŋk]
(engineering)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
KPC managing director Joe Sang said the fire began as the transfer of the downgraded product from Dump Tank 401 to the company's Nairobi Terminal was ongoing.
Experiments conducted in tomato flume systems and dump tanks show that high organic loads building up over time, specifically in tomato dump tank water, severely impact an operator's ability to maintain one-to-five-parts-per-million chlorine dioxide as mandated by T-GAP metrics.
To better simulate industrial conditions, the scientists performed experiments using spent dump tank wash water obtained from tomato processors.
Kids can have breakfast with their Nicktoons, and splash about in pools with slides, flumes and a 400-gallon water dump tank. After dark, take them to see live shows at Studio Nick.
If that's not enough, a 400-gallon dump tank empties its contents on unsuspecting patrons below.
Tomatoes were unloaded into a dump tank and moved by a flume system (water temperature 38.7 [degrees] C, pH 6.5, target chlorine reported as 125 ppm but not measured) to a warm spray wash.
Meanwhile the degutted fish are flumed into a dump tank then pass up a conveyor under a fresh water spray to the freezers.