Definition of Deaerator

1. [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Deaerator

deadweight
deadweight ton
deadweights
deadwood
deadwoods
deadworks
deae-cellulose
deae-dextran
deae ex machinis
deaerate
deaerated
deaerates
deaerating
deaeration
deaerations
deaerator (current term)
deaerators
deaf
deaf(p)
deaf-aid
deaf-and-dumb
deaf-and-dumb person
deaf-blindness
deaf-mute
deaf-muteness
deaf-mutes
deaf-mutism
deaf and dumb
deaf as a doorpost
deaf as a post

Literary usage of Deaerator

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1. Directory of Federal Laboratory and Technology Resources: A Guide to (1993)
"Instrumentation and equipment include: deaerator and a 5-micron filter propeller; dynamometers on downstream shaft; pressure sensors; hydrophones; ..."

2. Nuclear Science and Technology: State-of-the-Art Review on Technology for by M. Hulot (1995)
"The sediments as well as residual precipitation sludges deposited in the deaerator were removed from the sections and components concerned ..."

3. Canadian Transportation and Distribution Management (1869)
"While traveling to the steam separator and deaerator the feedwater is heated to steam temperature. Preheating of the makeup feed, speeds up tremendously the ..."

4. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1908)
"... on a large scale, of a deaerator, which should operate on the same principle as the pans and boards before employed for individual aquaria. ..."

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