Antonyms for scrubber

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Most manufacturers, however, simply cool the gas in the washer or scrubber.

Seventh: Adjust the normal outflow of wash-water for the scrubber.

The final washing for ammonia is effected in an apparatus termed a “scrubber,” which is a cylindrical tower packed with boards in.

One who is my neighbor is now scrubber and cleaner, and is happily friends with a 'concierge,' who allows her to aid him.

The next stage is the passage of the scrubber, filled with coke over which water perpetually flows.

Later, when Louis came down from the roof, he slid along the landing on the soap the scrubber had left there.

The scrubber is a vessel containing in its lower part water, W, supplied by a pipe, and having an overflow.

Here I am boxed up, like a scrubber in a pound, year after year—and years after that—for I don't know how long.

Jemmy the Scrubber, unable to imbue the rest of his watch with his own restless activity, gave me no peace night or day.

The apparatus consequently supplies the place of the exhauster and the scrubber.