sparge pipe


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sparge pipe

A perforated water pipe used to flush a urinal.
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The most commonly used method of agitation used in the anodising process is that of air agitation--the installation of sparge pipes on the floor of the tanks attached to either a blower of an air compressor.
According to Dave Morrison, plant metallurgist, "The key to availability in autoclaves is materials." Agitator shafts and blades and oxygen sparge pipes are made from titanium.
The acid tin solution is continuously circulated between a holding tank and the plating tank through pvc sparge pipes situated on the bottom of the latter.