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sparging

the introduction of air into a microbial fermenter under pressure.
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2] In a second pot, heat 2 quarts water to 170 F for sparge water.
The most commonly used method of agitation used in the anodising process is that of air agitation--the installation of sparge pipes on the floor of the tanks attached to either a blower of an air compressor.
During this exploratory study, we assumed that the moisture level in the molten polymer attained its new equilibrium concentration instantaneously after each change in sparge gas composition.
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A removable stainless steel feed-water inlet sparge pipe ensuring even distribution of the feed water within the shell, connected to the boiler via a thermal sleeve so as to avoid stress cracks common with other shell boilers at the feed-water inlet connection and reflex armoured level gauge glasses.
Isophorone diisocyanate (125 g) was added to the reactor over a period of one hour under air sparge.
In Tallahassee, DTI installed two air sparge wells, each with 1,350-foot-long, 3-inch diameter HDPE screens placed 80 feet deep.
Thus, the recognized standard of less than 10 parts per million (ppm) weight total hydrogen sulfide can readily be achieved with similar residence times and without the constraints of conventional air sparge or sulfur recirculation technologies.
Minimal under-plate volume means less foundation water and dilution, The planar bottom is absolutely level, with a minimum of one wort outlet for each square meter of false bottom area, and a centralized wort collector, and full-cone sparge nozzles, for either continuous or batch sparging, ensure an even distribution of sparge water.
Degassing occurs when injected fluxes release halide gases that sparge hydrogen.
Using a combination of vacuum, heat and sparge gas, the system rapidly evaporates and gently concentrates extractions down to a precise desired volume.
The new steam injector replaces a sparge pipe (a tube drilled with holes) to mix steam with the water in the boiler feedtank.