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"Vessel" refers to a large container, usually made of metal or other materials, used to store, transport, or process liquids, gases, or other materials.

Examples of vessels in an industrial context include:

  • Storage tanks for storing liquids and gases such as oil, water, and chemicals
  • Pressure vessels for containing gases and liquids under high pressure
  • Processing vessels for manufacturing and processing products such as chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and food products
  • Transport vessels for shipping liquids and gases such as crude oil, liquefied natural gas (LNG), and chemicals
  • Reactors for chemical reactions, distillation, and other processes
  • Separation vessels for separating liquids and gases based on their physical and chemical properties.

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