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  • n. Plural form of oxidiser.


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  • The gunpowder/nitrocellulose/cordite or other explosives used to fire bullets or shells contain their own chemical oxidisers in the mixture so they don't need air.

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  • The lead styphnate is also combined with various oxidisers & fuels to hotten and lengthen the flame.

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  • Chlorates have probably caused more accidents in the industry than all other classes oe oxidisers together.

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  • It is not so much that plants are deoxidisers and animals oxidisers, as that plants are manufacturers and animals consumers.

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  • It also monitors measurements on: gas and oil burners of any size, stationary gas engines, gas turbines and thermal oxidisers.

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  • With over 30 years experience in VOC abatement technology, Spooner Anguil supply thermal and catalytic oxidisers which destroy hazardous air pollutants (HAPs) as well as volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and odour emissions that are discharged from industrial processes. - Latest News

  • Regenerative Thermal Oxidiser Energy Efficiency Improvements Regenerative thermal oxidisers are applied because of their high efficiency compared to "traditional" shell and tube heat exchanger (recuperative) oxidisers. - Latest News

  • Technologies offered include: Thermal and catalytic oxidisers, which safely and effectively destroy solvents, hydrocarbons and waste off-gases from a diverse range of production processes. - Latest News

  • Most of the weight in rockets is taken up by oxidisers needed to burn fuel - future space planes may instead inhale oxygen from the atmosphere

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