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treater

[′trēd·ər]
(chemical engineering)
A vessel or system for the contacting of a process stream with reagent (treating) chemicals; for example, acid treating or caustic treating.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Commercial heat treater Bluewater Thermal Processing, Highland Heights, Ohio, installed a Basketless Heat Treatment System from Can-Eng Furnaces, Niagara Falls, N.Y., for processing castings at its facility in Kitchener, Canada, saving money, space and energy to offset the rising costs of energy, labor and raw materials.
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While the same considerations would apply to ex parte communications with treaters in any personal injury case, the stakes are usually higher and, in the minds of some courts, the potential for abuse seemingly greater where malpractice is the basis for the action.
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Not only do they spend the whopping pounds 1.11 on every trick or treater on average, but 5% of people spend pounds 10 or more on revellers knocking at their door.
The casting and austempering processes are specific to the casting supplier and the heat treater. To achieve the desired properties in a component, both the casting process and the type of austempering process must be established and documented at the outset of production.
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The equipment scheduled for the new facility includes three new extruders, single-and multi-layer dies, a multiroll casting system, a vertical style machine direction orientation system, a new style transverse direction orientation system, upstream and downstream gauges, a corona treater, a turret winder, intermediate unwinders and winders and a fully integrated drive and control system.
When you go door-to-door to score free candy, also ask your treater for any old eyeglasses.
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