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Croll Reynolds Co., Inc.
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Croll Reynolds Co., Inc. is an engineering firm specializing in the research, design, and manufacture of process vacuum systems.
Croll Reynolds Co., Inc. is an engineering firm specializing in the research, design, and manufacture of process vacuum systems.

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Process-powered ejector systems are powered by motive fluids other than steam and are packaged, closed loop systems which include ejectors, vaporizing systems, piping, condensers, pumps, instrumentation, and controls. Process-powered systems are commonly driven by mono chlorobenzene, phenols, glycols, ethylene, and hexane.
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Croll Reynolds Croll Reynolds Worldwide Manufacturing Operations adhere to International Codes and Standards and are ISO qualified to insure that our quality control remains constant throughout the supply chain. http://bit.ly/2cM5aiq

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Here you can download Croll Reynolds brochures in Spanish, French, Portuguese, German and Chinese. http://croll.com/vacuum-systems/

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Thermocompressors in the Food Process Industry. Case study and more. http://bit.ly/1ZEilPb

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Start the new year updating your inventory for your steam ejectors. http://bit.ly/1NB6Syb

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The Croll Reynolds story: An infographic    http://bit.ly/1RmfsBO    croll.com
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Video. How does a ‪#‎SteamJetEjector‬ create vacuum? Steam-ejectors use a motivating fluid (steam) and pressure-to-velocity energy conversion to create vacuum. Nozzles convert high-pressure steam to high-velocity steam in the mixing chamber. Steam and entrained air travel down the diffuser, losing kinetic energy and increasing pressure.

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Croll Reynolds How a Croll Reynolds Rotajector hybrid vacuum system helped achieve levels of vacuum needed to prevent overheating in the fragrances industry. http://bit.ly/1LXapkI
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