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sparging

[′spärj·iŋ]
(chemical engineering)
The process of forcing air through water to remove undesirable gases.
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For example, [k.sub.p] = 0.0389 Mg [mol.sup.-1] [h.sup.-1], which was obtained using 249 ppm of SHP and the low-moisture-content sparge gas, is 1.5 times higher than [k.sub.p] = 0.0260 Mg [mol.sup.-1] [h.sup.-1] obtained using the same catalyst concentration with steam as the sparge gas.
A reactor was charged under air sparge with 128 g of IPDI monomer, 132 g of diluent (n-BuAc), and 1.02 g of DBTDL.
Jackson Creek has made HDD installations of well screen for pump-and-treat, air sparge and soil vapor extraction wells.
In the brewhouse, oxygenated brewing and sparge water affects color, foam and taste.
Degassing occurs when injected fluxes release halide gases that sparge hydrogen.
The system comes with a sparge tube facility for efficient sample aeration and growth at high cell densities in E.
Ken says: "It's all very well thought out, I make the sparge arms and heat exchangers out of copper tubing and it has the likes of polycarbonate side tubes, thermometers and high-temperature silicone hoses.
Aeration is handled via sparge tubing with welded penetrations through the bag surface.
The new steam injector replaces a sparge pipe (a tube drilled with holes) to mix steam with the water in the boiler feedtank.
-- Sparge 1.0 simulates the steady state gas flow through the pulse tube system used in reverse pulse jet cleaned filters
What are believed to be the two longest horizontal remediation sparge wells ever installed have been placed at the U.S.
It should include ingredient weights, mash and sparge water volumes, hop additions and water adjustment calculations.