rundown line

rundown line

[′rən‚dau̇n ‚līn]
(chemical engineering)
A line from a process unit that connects the look box in the receiving house with the tank in which the product is temporarily stored.
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The tender would also include LNG rundown lines from the LNG trains to the LNG storage area as well as two additional LNG berths, with an option for a third LNG berth.
The tender package, which was issued to world-class contractors, calls for the engineering, procurement and construction of three LNG storage tanks; compressors to recover tank boil off gas during storage and jetty boil off gas during LNG vessel loading; LNG rundown lines from the LNG trains to the LNG storage area; two additional LNG berths with an option for a third LNG berth; and loading and return lines from the LNG berths to the tanks.