frother


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frother

[′frȯ·thər]
(chemistry)
Substance used in flotation processes to make air bubbles sufficiently permanent, principally by reducing surface tension.
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In this study, the floatability of Dulmial-Punjab coal was assessed by Dell release analysis and the effects of various flotation parameters such as coal particle size, impeller speed, collector and frother dosage, and conditioning time were investigated.
The installation of the flow conditioner at three pipe diameters upstream of the meter locations on the frother unit solved the lack of pipe straight run availability.
Effect of air velocity, pH and frother concentration on vitrinite recovery using column flotation
If you don't have an espresso machine with a steamer wand, heat the milk in a saucepan (155[degrees]F) and use a milk frother to aerate it.
Look out for other Bodum accessories too, such as the milk frother for that perfect latte or cappuccino - www.
The types of frother and collector affected the float yield, but they had no significant effect on the grade of the float.
The Automatic Milk Frother prepares cappuccinos, lattes, hot or cold chocolate, and other milk specialties such as frappes and chai lattes.
Also new is the Jura Automatic Milk Frother, the first stand-alone automatic milk frother in the Jura line.
Instead of moving the cup for the froth, you can simply move the brewing head next to the frother and enjoy a cappucino.
a leading manufacturer of chemical metering pumps, designed its Neptune 500-D Series (Duplex) Diaphragm Metering Pumps for frother applications found in prep plants.
and the line also includes a creamer, sugar/condiment bowl, tray frother and tea maker.
The reagent scheme consists of NaSH at approximately 1,000g/t, PAX at 400g/t and frother at 60g/t.