internal treatment

internal treatment

Water treatment by chemicals fed into a boiler rather than into the water before it enters the boiler.
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For example, all new "Internal Treatment" programs offered by SUEZ prevent boiler systems from scaling and deposition problems, thereby improving their asset reliability and efficiency.
In next few months, the quantum of effluent would reduce as the industries had been directed to set up internal treatment plants 'but this process [of clean environment] has to be sustainable.
Matthews of Chester on 01244 346226, matthewsofchester.com 4 2 1 WITH elegant double bow bay-fronted style, Lawnswood is a superbly proportioned home, with a tasteful internal treatment having been carried out by the current owners, incorporating numerous contemporary enhancements, as well as the retention and refurbishment of many original character features.
"My injury was very close to my pelvic bone, so when Larry put his fingers in my vagina for the first time, I thought it was some internal treatment," explained Larson.
"Manufacturers globally are subject to stricter wastewater regulations and fees, which creates a need for more cost-effective treatment solutions that meet regulatory requirements and more stringent internal treatment standards," said Mike Millard, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Honeywell's UOP Catalysts, Adsorbents and Specialties business.
The capacity of the vacuum plasma chamber installed is nearly 1[m.sup.3], and with two large internal treatment trays, Dyne says the unit can treat a complete upper body car set in one go, with a treatment time of 35 seconds.
The results tend to be long lasting, because neurofeedback treatment enables clients to rely on internal treatment methods, rather than external methods of treatment such as medications.
It is an artificial deficiency situation which needs internal treatment with homoeopathy.
The essential oils contained in the plant are potentially neurotoxic, capable of causing addiction and brain damage and the physicians probably applied it externally when treating snake bites and fleas and used it sparingly for any internal treatment (in the past wormwood was also used to flavour absinthe, and was responsible for many of the unpleasant side-effects of prolonged over-indulgence in the drink).
Alabama, New Hampshire and New Jersey developed their own internal treatment methods, while Pennsylvania includes the use of community treatment centers.
Application: Pulp and paper mills looking to reduce their nominal water consumption can use a high-rate thermophilic aerobic biofilm process for internal treatment. Treatment reduces easily biodegradable matter.