permeator


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permeator

[′pər·mē‚ād·ər]
(chemical engineering)
A membrane assembly that performs an ion-exchange function, for example, desalting in a membrane water-desalting process.
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A lab-made permeator was used, consisting of a gas cell in the middle of which the polymer membrane was placed.
Houston, Spiral-Wound Permeators for Purifications and Recovery, vol.