vapor-recovery unit

vapor-recovery unit

[′vā·pər ri′kəv·ə·rē ‚yü·nət]
(engineering)
A device or system to catch vaporized materials (usually fuels or solvents) as they are vented.
In petroleum refining, a process unit to which gases and vaporized gasoline from various processing operations are charged, separated, and recovered for further use.
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High-shear, single-shaft dissolvers; multishaft mixers for high-viscosity products; vapor-recovery units; and laboratory development mixers.
High-shear, single-shaft dissolvers; mult-ishaft mixers for high-viscosity products; vapor-recovery units; and laboratory development mixers.