Deutsch: Separation / Français: Sêparation / Italiano: Separazione
In the industrial context, "separation" refers to the process of dividing or separating materials, components, or substances into different parts or groups. This can be achieved through a variety of methods such as physical separation, chemical separation, or mechanical separation.

Some examples of separations in the industrial context include:

  • Air separation: the process of separating air into its component gases such as oxygen, nitrogen, and others.

  • Oil-water separation: the process of separating oil and water mixtures into separate components, often used in the oil and gas industry.

  • Magnetic separation: the process of using magnetic fields to separate magnetic materials from non-magnetic materials.

  • Centrifugal separation: the process of separating substances based on their densities using a spinning motion.

  • Gravity separation: the process of separating materials based on their densities and size differences, often used in mineral processing.


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