solvent recovery

solvent recovery

[′säl·vənt ri‚kəv·ə·rē]
(chemical engineering)
For reuse purposes, the catching and recovery of solvent vapors from vent lines, process vessels, or other sources of evaporative loss, usually with a solid adsorbent material.
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Auto-draining ensures optimal solvent recovery is maintained under all conditions.
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Lyophilization, inerting, purging, blanketing, reactor cooling, solvent recovery, and reduction of VOCs are some of the applications of specialty gases in the pharmaceutical industry.
We're also leading the way in solvent recovery, by recycling waste solvents from other industries which would otherwise be disposed of.
The inert gas stream containing a relatively low concentration of solvent is passed through a solvent recovery system where the majority of the spin solvent vapor is condensed, separated, and returned to the solution forming stage.
Adsorption, reduction, catalysis, mineral recovery, solvent recovery, gas separation, etc.
The range has also been used successfully on vertical and horizontal bead mills, solvent recovery, tank bottom recirculation, heat transfer supply, enhanced oil recovery as well as crude and hot oil transfer.
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Other processing advantages include low energy consumption, fast drying rates and effective solvent recovery.
The Company continues to make progress with the engineering and completion of the solvent recovery system that is being done by Gas Liquid Engineering of Calgary, Canada and that part should be completed by 3rd Quarter of 2013.
The pumping units are ideal for harsh operating conditions due to the separator at the inlet and provide an efficient solvent recovery due to emission condenser.