cooking liquor

cooking liquor
  1. варочный щелок
  2. варочный раствор
  3. варочная жидкость

 

варочная жидкость
Жидкость в варочном котле, получаемая смешением варочной кислоты и ее перепуска из котла.
[ГОСТ 17401-80

Тематики

  • целлюлозно-бумажные полуфабрикаты

EN

  • cooking liquor

DE

  • Kochflüssigkeit

FR

  • lessive de cuisson

 

варочный раствор
Раствор химикатов, обычно водный, применяемый для варки волокнистых полуфабрикатов целлюлозно-бумажного производства.
[ГОСТ 17401-80

Тематики

  • целлюлозно-бумажные полуфабрикаты

EN

  • cooking liquor

DE

  • Kochflüssigkeit

FR

  • lessive de cuisson

 

варочный щелок
Варочный раствор, содержащий щелочь, а также другие химикаты, применяемые при щелочных методах варки волокнистого полуфабриката.
Примечание
К варочному щелоку обычно добавляют черный щелок.
[ГОСТ 17401-80

Тематики

  • целлюлозно-бумажные полуфабрикаты

EN

  • cooking liquor

DE

  • Kochlauge

FR

  • lessive de cuisson


Англо-русский словарь нормативно-технической терминологии. . 2015.

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  • Clam liquor — Liquid extracted during cooking and opening of clams; also called clam extract; undiluted it is called clam broth, and when concentrated by evaporation is called clam nectar. May be canned in all these forms or used to fill up canned clam… …   Wikipedia


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