PERSPECTIVENESS AND DEVELOPMENT OF APPARATUS THE PRINCIPLE OF WORK IS BASED ON THE MECHANISMS OF DISCRETE-PULSE ENERGY INPUT
The article presents new developments, in particular, is equipment for neutralization of acid condensates of gas combustion products in heating and industrial boiler houses and a new cavitation type extractor. The article described principle of work and the results of experimental studies are presented which confirm the effectiveness to application of equipment in various industries.
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