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expel

(ĕks-pĕl′) [L. expellere]
To drive or push out.
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'I am a paediatrician, in all my life and today, I have never given worm expeller to any of my children.
Loriva Pure Walnut 130 14 1.5 9 Expeller Pressed Oil 6.
The system consisted of a modified midget expeller with multiple water injection ports, which made it possible to introduce hot water into the expeller barrel.
"The Kalsec[R] technology is quite sophisticated, but the concept of expeller pressing dates back to early times," said Kalsec[R] Chief Executive, George Todd.
A Oil from nuts, seeds and beans are commonly extracted using mechanical processes like centrifuges or screw presses, also called expellers. Expeller oil from a press can create high temperatures due to friction, but no external heat is added.
This pump is fitted with an expeller that seals the gland without any leakage while in operation and does not require any external flushing water, Gomes said.
On the basis of cumulative insect days in field trials, neem seed oil- expeller proved as effective as imidacloprid in controlling the aphids, while except neem seed cake extract, all other treatments were statistically at par with imidacloprid.
"Expeller pressing is a chemical-free, mechanical process that extracts oil from seeds and nuts.
The impurities as chaff left in the seed can absorb some of the oil and keep it from getting squeezed out of the expeller while dust and stone particle can damage the oil press screw or piston.
To meet domestic demand and effectively add value to its product before the sale, the company decided to buy a Chinese oil expeller, operated by four people, with a capacity of 1,000 kg per day.
Rapeseed oil meal (expeller or solvent) or screenings are more likely to be available in the northern states and in Canada.
Professor Giuseppe Enne, Project Coordinator of the Ghana Jatropha Project and t he Nuclea Ricerca Desertification of Sassari University of Italy, announced Thur s day that an appropriate and cost-effective expeller for Jatropha oil extraction w ould be constructed.