Definition of Desalter
1. one that desalts [n -S] - See also: desalts
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Literary usage of Desalter
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1. Pollution Prevention for Chemical Processes: A Handbook with Solved Problems by David T. Allen (1994)
"The emulsifying agent, added to the tank to reduce sludge, might result in more waste being formed when the crude oil is fed to the desalter. stewardship ..."
2. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1879)
"... was carried out using an electrolytic desalter, Model B-1930, obtained from the Research Specialties Co., Berkeley, Calif., according to the procedure ..."
3. Managing Water for Peace in the Middle East; Alternative Strategies by Masahiro Murakami (1995)
"RO seawater desalting plants will replace the old MSF desalter units. The unit cost of RO brackish-groundwater desalination is also much lower than that of ..."
4. Lessons Learned from the California Drought (1987-1992): National Study of by Benedykt Dziegielewski, Hari P. Garbharran, John F. Langowski, Jr. (1997)
"The city of Santa Barbara signed a contract with Ionics, Inc., for preliminary work on building a reverse-osmosis desalter. In fact, the consensus of a ..."