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liquefy

/liq·ue·fy/ (lik´wĭ-fi) to become or cause to become liquid.
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Other ways for nondelivery LTOT [15] are to refill small portable cylinders using standard stationary concentrators to achieve ample ambulation and by using a liquefier to compress oxygen produced from standard stationary concentrators.
Stratasys is a provider of 3D printing and additive manufacturing solutions, announced that the US Patent Trial and Appeal Board of the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has denied Afinia's requests for inter partes review of three important FDM technology patents directed to liquefier structure, temperature control, and tool paths for constructing part perimeters.
Instead of venting the gas into the atmosphere, it is collected in the gas bladders and pumped to liquefier equipment.
The liquefier will produce more than 250TPD of liquid products, namely oxygen, nitrogen, and argon, for the region's growing merchant gases market.
This paper presents a numerical study of melt flow behaviour of ABS plastic through the melt flow tube of the liquefier head of the Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM) rapid prototyping process using the finite element analysis.
Elle supplie le Seigneur de lui permettre "de se dissoudre, de se liquefier en une huile qui pourra se consumer, devant le tabernacle, dans la lampe du sanctuaire" (146).
The VIAspire[TM] Liquid Oxygen Portable featuring SmartDose[TM] technology is now available for use with PB or Caire LOX reservoirs, as well as the VIAspire Liquefier from Inspired Technologies.
1900 Linde -- Air liquefier with ammonia precooling
Giftware proved particularly popular, as did all manner of utilitarian products for the home, including such basics as Crock Pots and pizza makers and such emergent gadgets as a chocolate liquefier.
Check out Molton Brown's Softcleanse Rosewax Liquefier (pounds 19).
This firm supplies all the equipment needed for a liquid natural gas (LNG) fueled fleet: from the liquefier to the on-board fueling system.
A refrigeration workshop will describe estimating the size, weight and power requirements of a hydrogen or helium liquefier.