steam stripping

steam stripping

[′stēm ′strip·iŋ]
(chemical engineering)
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In refineries, steam is mostly utilized for steam stripping, steam distillation, process heating, and vacuum distillation.
Various chemical and crystallisation reactions as well as thermal and/or pressure treatments such as steam stripping and vacuum sterilisation are now being performed in Hosokawa Micron's Vrieco Nauta Vacuum Dryers.
This structure significantly improves the silica retention during the steam stripping operation.
Unlike traditional solution polymerization (which involves water-based coagulation, separation by steam stripping, and drying), the direct devolatilization process requires only two steps: continuous main evaporation of the solvent and unreacted monomer, and continuous final devolatilization of the elastomer.
Steam stripping is an effective technique for separating and concentrating the methanol/TRS for incineration.
Company process and facility engineers and their engineering consultants evaluated steam stripping and biotreatment solutions, testing both on individual and combined wastestreams.
5] removed [17] were used to estimate the reduction in electrical power required for effluent treatment due to steam stripping of condensates.
Solution polymerization is done in a solvent at low rubber solids levels followed by steam stripping and a water slurry finishing step.
Bench tests with steam stripping showed removal efficiency of greater than 99% -- 5.
If lower levels of toluene are necessary, air stripping or steam stripping can reduce the toluene concentration to 100 ppm or 10 ppm respectively.
The following technologies are covered in varying amounts of detail: distillation, evapouration, steam stripping, air stripping, liquid-liquid extraction, carbon adsorption, resin adsorption, wet air oxidation, super-critical fluid oxidation, ozonation and various combinations with photoxidation, chemical oxidation, chlorinolysis, biological treatment processes, incineration, thermal treatment, land disposal.
The following technologies are covered in varying amounts of detail: distillation, evapouration, steam stripping, air stripping, liquid-liquid extraction, carbon adsorption, resin adsorption, wet air oxidation, supercritical fluid oxidation, ozonation and various combinations with photoxidation, chemical oxidation, chlorinolysis, biological treatment processes, incineration, thermal treatment, land disposal.