Definition of Sparge pipe

1. Noun. A horizontal pipe having fine holes drilled throughout its length so as to deliver a spray of water.

Generic synonyms: Pipage, Pipe, Piping



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sparge Pipe

sparely
spareness
sparenesses
sparer
sparerib
spareribs
sparers
spares
sparest
spareth
sparfloxacin
sparganoma
sparganosis
sparganum
sparge
sparge pipe (current term)
sparged
spargefaction
spargefactions
sparger
spargers
sparges
sparging
sparhawk
sparhawks
sparid
sparid fish
sparids
sparing
sparing action

Literary usage of Sparge pipe

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1. Disinfection and the Preservation of Food: Together with an Account of the by Samuel Rideal (1903)
"The steam enters the stove through an internal sparge-pipe fitted longitudinally inside it towards the top, and furnished throughout its length with a ..."

2. Disinfection and the Preservation of Food: Together with an Account of the by Samuel Rideal (1903)
"The steam enters the stove through an internal sparge-pipe fitted longitudinally inside it towards the top, and furnished throughout its length with a ..."

3. Disinfection and Disinfectants: Together with an Account of the Chemical by Samuel Rideal (1895)
"The steam enters the stove through an internal sparge-pipe fitted longitudinally inside it towards the top, and furnished throughout its length with a ..."

4. Rivington's Notes on Building Construction by Walter Noble Twelvetrees (1915)
"The flushing may be done by a sparge pipe. A good example of a stall urinal is made by Messrs. Doulton. This consists of a white glazed vulcanite fitting, ..."

5. Reports of the Commission Appointed by the Admiralty, the War Office, and by Royal Society of London (1905)
"... viz., ranges of partitioned stalls made of slate, flushed with water from a sparge pipe, the flow being carried direct into the nearest drain. ..."

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