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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Tenders are invited for Construction of residue mixing shed in solvent recovery plant at rpp Eligibility Criteria : Should have satisfactorily completed the works as mentioned below during the last Seven years ending previous day of last date of submission of bids.
Coiminks printing inks can also consist of single-solvent formulation (ethyl acetate), which the company notes are particularly suitable for solvent recovery systems.
This includes plant machinery, dispersers, mixers, mills and filling systems from IEC+ of Italy, vessel cleaning and solvent recovery by DW Renzmann of Germany.
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A built-in cold trap provides high levels of solvent recovery, even with volatile organic solvents.
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 Blackmer XLW range of ductile iron sliding vane pumps are said to have a proven record in handling abrasive fluids including oxide primers, inks, paints and adhesives.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.
Mechanical parking systems: mechanical parking garages, other material handling system products Environmental systems: water & sludge treatment systems, air pollution prevention systems, waste treatment systems, solvent recovery systems, other air pollution & environmental improvement related devices
Other processing advantages include low energy consumption, fast drying rates and effective solvent recovery. Many standard sizes from 1 through 500 cu.ft.