Definition of Chlorinators

1. Noun. (plural of chlorinator) ¹



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Definition of Chlorinators

1. chlorinator [n] - See also: chlorinator

Lexicographical Neighbors of Chlorinators

chlorimetry
chlorimide
chlorimides
chlorimuron
chlorin
chlorinate
chlorinated
chlorinated hydrocarbon
chlorinated lime
chlorinated paraffin
chlorinates
chlorinating
chlorination
chlorinations
chlorinator
chlorinators (current term)
chlorine
chlorine-35
chlorine-36
chlorine-37
chlorine acne
chlorine compounds
chlorine dioxide
chlorine fluoride
chlorine fluorides
chlorine group
chlorine monofluoride
chlorine oxide
chlorine pentafluoride

Literary usage of Chlorinators

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1889)
"Last March he took charge of the Haile mine in South Carolina, erected two chlorinators, working four tons of roasted concentrates in twenty-four hours, ..."

2. The Chlorination Process by Eugene Benjamin Wilson (1897)
"There is no specified limit to the length of these chlorinators: they can be made up to 20 feet, and chlorinate 20 tons at a charge. ..."

3. American Physical Education Review by American Physical Education Association (1920)
"Small wall-bracket chlorinators for the administration of liquid chlorine were ... The design of the chlorinators was not well adapted to the purpose as are ..."

4. Journal of the New England Water Works Association by New England Water Works Association (1919)
"These water points comprised gasoline- engine-driven pumps, elevated steel tanks, automatic chlorinators, cart-filling stations, and horse-watering troughs. ..."

5. The Metallurgy of Gold by Thomas Kirke Rose (1898)
"The chlorinators are cylinders of J-inch boiler-iron, having •cast-iron heads rivetted or bolted on; each head has a long trunnion turned true and cored-out ..."

6. 57 Ways to Protect Your Home Environment (& Yourself) by Rick Weinzierl (1999)
"Water-supply equipment (pump, chlorinators, water heater) wears rapidly. • You are pregnant, are anticipating a pregnancy, or have an infant less than 6 ..."

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