pulse regeneration

pulse regeneration

[′pəls ri‚jen·ə‚rā·shən]
(electronics)
The process of restoring pulses to their original relative timings, forms, and magnitudes.
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The subject of the contract is the cast house equipment VP3, with regard to the environment, a new fabric filter with pulse regeneration, including fans, ducts, vent stack with silencer, and the short-term storage and disposal of dust collection, own source of compressed air and its own HV and BMS distribution centers.
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Using short cycle SCION[TM] technology and an innovative pulse regeneration sequence, the Rapide[TM] Strata produces less wastewater with shorter downtime and uses less regenerant chemicals than any other deioniser in its class.
The Peplyn PT cartridge through the use of sintered polypropylene provides a low cost alternative to stainless steel cartridges with equivalent or better performance in terms of reverse pulse regeneration, particle retention and powder hold up.
Procured equipment is cast house vp3, with regard to the environment, the new fabric filter with pulse regeneration, including fans, piping, venting stack with silencer, and the short-term storage and disposal of dust collection, own source of compressed air and its own hv and mcr distribution centers.
Five shared in a pounds 5,000 cash prize and free consultancy from Corn Exchange-based Pulse Regeneration to help them develop their business ideas.
The RAPIDE Strata uses ELGA's proven SCION[R] short cycle regeneration technology together with the pulse regeneration programme to produce high purity deionised water with running and effluent costs up to 40% lower, and chemical efficiencies up to 50% higher, than conventional deionisers.