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00:10 Mar 22, 2007
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Tech/Engineering - Engineering: Industrial / Thermal fluid heater operations manual
English term or phrase: strip
Once the ***strip*** is finished, the set point temperature should again be reduced to 20°C. This will bypass all the oil around the heat exchanger. The oil temperature will be maintained, eliminating the need to perform a cold start-up each time. Keeping the oil warm also prolongs the life of the heaters. The oil pump should circulate oil at all times, with the system only ever shutting down if no ***strip*** will be performed for a long time, i.e. several days.
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3limpieza a fondo/purgado (a presión)glaster



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limpieza a fondo/purgado (a presión)

Si están hablando de tuberías que transportan líquidos viscosos, cada tanto es necesario hacer una purga/limpieza a fondo de los mismos.
Parece que aquí están hablando de aceite comestible (simplemente una inferencia). Si ese es el caso, las cañerías necesitan purgados periódicos.

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Asker: Hola Gerardo. Cerré esta pregunta sin calificarla, porque la respuesta no era la adecuada, pero de verdad te agradezco mucho tu esfuerzo. Saludos.

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