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  1. A batch of boards. ering with boards.


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BATCH

  1. The quantity of material required for or produced by one operation. 2. An amount of material subjected to some unit chemical process or physical mixing process to make the final product substantially uniform.

BATCH BOX

A container of known volume used to measure and mix the constituents of a batch of concrete, plaster, or mortar, to ensure proper proportions.

BATCH DISTILLATION

Distillation where the entire batch of liquid feed is placed into the still at the beginning of the operation, in contrast to continuous distillation, where liquid is fed continuously into the still.

BATCHING

Weighing or measuring the volume of the ingredients of a batch of concrete or mortar, and then introducing these ingredients into a mixer.

BATCH RECTIFICATION

Batch distillation in which the boiled-off vapor is re-condensed into liquid form and refluxed back into the still to make contact with the rising vapors.

CHECKERBOARD REGENERATOR

An open checker work arrangement of firebrick in a high temperature chamber that absorbs heat during a batch processing cycle, then releases it to preheat fresh combustion air during the down cycle; used, for example, in the steel industry with open-hearth and heat-treating furnaces.

CHEMICAL REACTOR

Vessel, tube, pipe, or other container within which a chemical reaction is made to take place; may be batch or continuous, open or packed, and can use thermal, catalytic, or irradiation actuation.

COKING STILL

A still in which coking is done; usually, it is a batch still.

DORR AGITATOR

A tank used for batch washing of precipitates which cannot be leached satisfactorily in a tank; equipped with a slowly rotating rake at the bottom, which moves settled solids to the center, and an air lift that lifts slurry to the launders. Also known as Dorr thickener.

FLOW REACTOR

A dynamic reactor system in which reactants flow continuously into the vessel and products are continuously removed, in contrast to a batch reactor.

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