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McColl; Stephen A.
Des Plaines, IL
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6086654 Hydride removal method for liquid metal heat exchange fluid in high hydrogen permeation environm July 11, 2000
A method for purifying liquid metal heat exchange fluids uses a contacting drum in combination with purifiers to control metal hydride precipitation in a process with high hydrogen permeation. The contacting drum receives a slip stream of a circulating liquid metal stream and removes hyd
6086652 Method and apparatus for initial purification of liquid metal heat exchange fluid July 11, 2000
A method for removing oxides from a liquid metal heat exchange fluid following the initial startup of the heat exchange system fixes oxygen by locating an oxygen scavenging material in a drain tank. During initial fabrication and periods of maintenance metal surfaces of the conduits,

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