wash water

wash water

[′wäsh ‚wȯd·ər]
(chemical engineering)
Water contacted with process streams (liquid or gas), packed beds, or filter cakes to flush or dissolve out impurities.
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wash water, flush water

Water carried on a truck mixer in a special tank for flushing the interior of the concrete mixer after discharge of the concrete.
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Despite recent announcements by some ports to ban wash water discharge from open-loop scrubbers in their waters, about 8% of total bunkers consumed in 2020 will be scrubbed to meet compliance with the International Maritime Organization's global sulfur limit rule for marine fuels, Robin Meech, MD at Marine and Energy Consulting Limited said.
It also rid the wash water of 100% of the pathogens, making it safer to reuse on other produce.
The AQUA CANYONS(tm) use gravity to create completely unique Water-Through-Web (WTW) liquor exchanges, while simultaneously permitting the operator to see wash water color and fine-tune flows.
To save water, some food processors reuse wash water, a practice that can contaminate produce in subsequent washes.
* The hot caustic wash water melts and disperses the hot melt adhesive, releasing the label from the bottle.
The TD-5100 helps protect the environment from unwanted high levels of contamination in exhaust gas scrubber wash water discharge.
The Pacs, which are easy to store, dissolve in all temperatures and employ Power Boost technology that allows bleach to move rapidly from the compartment into the wash water to maximize use of the bleach.
Recycling the wash water through the Aqua-Save system has resulted in less frequent emptying of the wash tanks and has also contributed to the improved cleanliness of the parts by removing coolant residue from the wash water.
The second stage is a re-circulating detergent wash at 60 C, with the wash water applied to the bin via the travelling jet system.
And when it's time for wash down, it prevents damming, allowing CIP solutions and wash water to reach the floor drain.