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circulation

Areas in an office space that are used to travel between offices, cubicles and the like; hallways and corridors.

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Closed-loop recycling, including both recirculation and filtration, is cost effective in production volumes.
For recirculation mode, preserving the polarization in its return from the storage cell to the optical pumping cells allows the achievable OPC polarization to potentially increase in each recirculation cycle.
Pointon's demonstration that women used the circulation and recirculation of products artistic and ordinary as a form of economic and physic empowerment merits close attention.
To deter potential vandalism, pumps and recirculation vessels are enclosed in a robust, metal clad base, 3m high.
Every packing line with an Ossid case-ready tray overwrapper can now conserve an average of 375,000 gallons of water per year thanks to a new, innovative, and low-cost water recirculation system.
Contract notice: Improvement work of the recirculation system and extraction of sludge from the wastewater treatment plant in saint-fons.
a manufacturer of controlled hot water recirculation systems that deliver hot water on demand, reduce water waste, and conserve energy, is announcing a viable option to fight elements of climate change in 2013.
The study found that constant speed pumps controlled by a recirculation line aquastat reduces water consumption, decreases delivery time and increases temperature, and saves money (Goldner F.
The processor features a removable product-cooling coil and bath and dual position spool valve with single pass or recirculation mode.
Units come complete with water recirculation tank and dryer, feature simple push-button startup, and are available in five sizes that can process up to 6000 lb/hr.