water ring

water ring

[′wȯd·ər ‚riŋ]
(mining engineering)
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In water ring pelletizers (WRPs), as in UWPs, molten polymer flows into multiple holes arranged in a circular pattern in a die plate and is cut into pellets as it emerges from the die face.
The managing director of the Tehran Province Water and Wastewater Company, Mohammad-Reza Bakhtiar, said, "Upon completion, the major water supply project in the capital, dubbed as Tehran Water Ring, will be fully operational."
Shipwrecked along the way, Al Zamel survived for days in open water holding two small children in each arm with only the support of an inflatable water ring.
* Pelletizing: Strand cut, water ring and underwater
The XO EcoPac has about 60% less installed power and therefore also needs less energy compared to the conventional water ring pump.
They can be used as a replacement for oil-sealed rotary vane pumps and water ring pumps for example for load lock applications and vacuum network supplies or in kilolab and mini-plant areas.
To water, just fill the water ring immediately after planting.
Walton AWTW plays an important role in the life of Thames Water customers as one of the five AWTWs on the Thames Water ring main, ensuring that the ever increasing demand for high quality drinking water is met.
Gneuss says the design permits the processing of PET without pre-drying and requires only a water ring vacuum pump even for products with a high IV requirement.
4 ALLIMAND water ring vacuum pumps, of which 2 pumps with split tubing allowing use by half-pump on separated vacuum circuits.
Robert Llewellyn takes a look at the Thames Water Ring Main, an engineering marvel that keeps millions of homes supplied with fresh tap water.