TPH

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AcronymDefinition
TPHTotal Petroleum Hydrocarbons
TPHThe Phone House (European telecommunications retailer)
TPHTrains per Hour
TPHTurbo Pascal Help
TPHTons Per Hour
TPHTransactions per Hour
TPHThe Printing House
TPHThe Pump Handle (public health forum)
TPHThree Point Hitch (tractors)
TPHToilet Paper Holder
TPHTable-per-Hierarchy (computer science)
TPHTurbo Parallel Hybrid
TPHTheosophical Publishing House (Theosophical Society in America)
TPHThyrotropin-Releasing Hormone (biology)
TPHThermal Print Head
TPHTechnologiepark Herzogenrath (Germany)
TPHTweets Per Hour (social media)
TPHThe Premier Hotel (New York, NY)
TPHThe Priesthood (gaming clan)
TPHThermal Printing Head
TPHTwisted Paper Handle (packaging)
TPHThe Protoman Homepage
TPHTempat Pemotongan Hewan (Indonesian: Slaughterhouse)
TPHThroughput per Hour
TPHThierry Prevost-Haberer (French electrical supply distributor)
TPHTranssphenoidal Hypophysectomy (resection of a pituitary)
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Throughput is 2 to 16 tons per hour and can be adjusted by the size of the cage holes and swinging speed.
The new equipment will be able to handle up to 55 tons per hour and be housed in a new building that will include dedicated space for community outreach and education.
The decline occurred after TEPCO on Saturday night increased the amount of water being injected into the reactor to 14.6 tons per hour from 13.6 tons, after seeing the temperature rise to 73.3 C at 9 p.m.
I have met with positive response to our ability to handle three metric tons per hour supported by the Garb full buyback agreement."
The Department of Trade and Industry in the Philippines said: "The P230M project involves the establishment of a new feed mill line with a production capacity of 20 tons per hour or an annual capacity of 115,000 metric tons (MT).
Modern, synthetic fibers used in the belt construction resist stretching, permitting high belt speeds with capacities from 100 to 5,000 tons per hour.
Several million euros were invested in the plant, which has a capacity of three to five metric tons per hour. (RW+)
The device uses X-ray fluorescence (XRF) technology and allows accurate sorting and separation, according to Innov-X, at capacities ranging from one ton per hour to 10 tons per hour.
The operation is capable of an 80 percent to 85 percent recycling rate, with an average throughput of S0 tons per hour, according to a news release from Lubo USA, Stamford, Conn.
The standard model is 55cm wide, with a nine tons per hour capacity.
The Packfrost multistage buffer freezer from Heinen is now available with a capacity of up to 12 tons per hour.