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slurry

 [sler´e]
a mixture of a liquid, usually water, and a fine insoluble particulate substance.

slur·ry

(sler'ē),
A thin semifluid suspension of a solid in a liquid.

slur·ry

(slŭr'ē)
A thin semifluid suspension of a solid in a liquid.

slur·ry

(slŭr'ē)
A thin semifluid suspension of a solid in a liquid.
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Michael Halliday, farm business consultant at agents YOUNGSRPS, said: "This grant offers Scottish farmers a valuable opportunity to upgrade or renew their slurry storage facilities for future demands.
(A side discharge pump without a cooling jacket must stay submerged to avoid overheating, leaving as much as 3 feet of un-pumped slurry.) * The KZN is offered with a Seal Minder Moisture Detection System, which includes a sensor probe inside the oil chamber that would alert the facility's maintenance staff to any potential problems that might occur during operation.
According to medical experts, the slurry powder can cause problems in the nervous system and even the smallest concentrations of it can cause death.
Three treatments were applied: i) untreated pig slurry, as a control; ii) slurry adjusted to neutral pH 7.0; and iii) acidified pig slurry adjusted to pH 5.0.
Prompt action by landowner, who commissioned a specialist contractor to clean up the land, prevented much of the slurry from reaching Afon Gwna.
brTherefore, digested slurry has to be kept moist or covered by soil to preserve its fertiliser value.
A Brookfield R/S + rheometer was used to measure rheological properties of backfill slurry in this experiment [14].
During the preparation of the expandable slurry with high water content, materials A and B were used in a ratio of 1: 1, AA was added to material A, and BB was added to material B.
The rheological characteristics of cement slurry and cement-sodium silicate slurry are remarkably different.
A proper amount of the ion stabilizer dissolves in the slurry fluid can form ionic solutions; that is, a liquid organic salt composed of cations and anions [35], which contains the basic properties of shield slurry.
The casual employee had been asked to stay in the tractor while the slurry was being mixed and to switch off the vehicle if it started to overheat on August 1 last year.
The Bibko 4000 shown here operates without ramps or maintenance-prone butterfly valves; conveys slurry water for truck washout or water weigh batchers for recycling in select orders; and, can collect yard water for use in the reclaiming loop.