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- n. The industrial plant in which coke is manufactured
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To sell by auction.
- See cocker.
- n. Same as cocker.
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Last year, Valero was delayed in restarting a processing unit, called a coker, that was idled for maintenance.
At least one of about 30 "serious" investors lined up to bid on the property have expressed interest in buying an important piece of machinery called a coker, Big West union official Ed Huhn said last week.
In thy county town how many die from going bat out of hell, pouring rot gut, snorting coker leaf, versus succumbing to the sniffles.
Certain process units will be shut down at the west-side of the refinery, but will have no impact on the capacity of its coker or fluid catalytic cracker, a key-gasoline production unit.
The partnership owns a 70,000-barrel-a-day delayed coker at a Conoco refinery in southeast Texas, which allows the facility to process Venezuelan heavy crude oil.
What I used to do I don't have a pressure cooker with me anymore here in Shanghai is just put the pressure coker in the sink under the faucet and just let the cold water do it's job..
"Shutting down the coker and gasifier complex at Delaware City will reduce costs, improve reliability and allow the refinery to run a lighter crude slate and shift production to higher-margin products," said Chief Executive Bill Klesse.
In June 2005, ENAP announced that it would build a $430 million delayed coker plant at its Aconcagua refinery, with planned start-up in 2008.
The mixture is passed from the heater to one or more coker drums where the hot material is held approximately 24 hours (delayed) at pressures of 25-75 psi, until it cracks into lighter products.
Coking produces straight-run gasoline (coker naphtha) and various middle-distillate fractions used as catalytic cracking feedstock.