receiving tank

receiving tank

[ri′sēv·iŋ ‚taŋk]
(chemical engineering)
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Certification of marked fuels should be done on receiving tank (for import terminal) and on finished product tank (for refinery),' it said in the position paper.
The scope of work includes construction of four tanks with a diameter of 36m and a height of 23m for sludge collection besides a distribution tower, a boiler building, gas tanks, gas treatment units, a tank for bio gas sludge and receiving tank, it added.
It usually consists of a radiator core, with its a water-carrying tubes and large cooling area that are connected to a receiving tank (end cap) at the top and a dispensing tank at the bottom.
Oxygen, carbon dioxide and other molecules are captured while nitrogen is drawn into a receiving tank. Depressurizing the sieve bed then flushes the trapped gases and regenerates the sieve.
A seawater receiving tank or one of [the] existing salt works ponds will serve as a pre-treatment plant that will remove sediments, solids and organic matter.
Vapors passing through condensers were reduced to turpentine and collected in a receiving tank. Further refining produced pure, water-white turpentine ready for the market.
Every time you move a gallon of wine you must clean (or at least sanitize) the hoses, the pump and the receiving tank. This can employ SO gallons of water or more--especially for large tanks, large-diameter hoses and long-distance hose setups.
The material is pumped directly into a receiving tank, where it is mixed with cow manure that is piped from the cow barns into the tank.
But in 2004 New Mexico passed a ban on receiving tank waste from Hanford, Idaho and South Carolina nuclear sites unless DOE proves the material never has been "high-level" waste.
After been preheated to 150~210 degC, the oil shale, with its particle size below 6 mm, enters the spiral mixer, mixing shale ash coming from the heat carrier receiving tank on 650~750 degC.
When the system is not going to be used for 90 days or longer, the refrigerant should be pumped down into the receiving tank. Follow the pump-down procedures in WP 0032 of TM 10-8145-222-13 (Sep 10).
The effect of the C baffle is enhanced by a PCC as the downward flow occurring in front of the baffle results in efficient drawing-in of the medium added into the liquid receiving tank.