Distillation tower is described as a tall, column-like vessel in which crude oil is heated and its vaporized components distilled by means of distillation trays. This is also used to remove impurities added during the refining process
Ref: 123246/2006-10-14

Distillation tower is characterized as tall, column-like vessel in which crude oil is heated and its vaporized components distilled by means of distillation trays. Also used to remove impurities added during the refining process.
Ref: 120829/2006-09-25

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