sparging


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sparging

the introduction of air into a microbial fermenter under pressure.
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Position 5: supply of 2 Sparging liquid aerosol generator (SLAG) and a minimum set of 10 spare parts for the MCO for each device
The bubble size is determined by the porosity of the sintered element in the sparging unit.
N Zhou, A Review of in-situ air sparging for the remediation of voc-contaminated saturated soils and groundwater.
Some products currently integrating porous metal include various implantable devices, filters to prevent plugging of catheters, drug delivery devices, medical instrumentation, various test filters, bacteria filters, sparging devices for cell culture processing and gas flow restrictor devices for gas delivery in life-critical systems.
Rather than sparging the grain, perhaps they just push a giant cafetiere plunger down on the lauter tun.
Applications for porous metal range from filtration of gases and liquids, to flow control, diffusion, sparging, fluidizing, venting, web transport and wicking.
DeWind One-Pass Trenching Zeeland, MI, uses exclusive technology for the control and remediation of contaminated ground water to install groundwater extraction and collection systems, air sparging and for the construction of slurry walls, permeable reactive barriers and HDPE barriers.
The contributors focus on applications and real-world examples in their descriptions of fundamental processes as well as in their coverage of reclamation technologies such as physical treatment, including air sparging and soil heating, chemical treatment, including ion exchange, redox and precipitation, chemical reactive barriers, biodegradation, bioremediation with bacteria and enzymes, including biostimulation and biological fixation, bioremediation with fungi, phytomediation, and metal removal.
Detailed information about the reactor system and operating procedures (including agitation, gas sparging, temperature control, and sample removal) has been presented by Schaffer et al.