(c) Clarification Quiz

 

Selection one answer for each question.

1.

Decolorizing polymers are most effective when what occurs?

     

    a.When they are fed proportionally to liquor flow.

     

    b.When they are fed after the clarification process.

     

    c.When they are fed selectively to very low color liquor streams.

     

    d.When they are greatly over fed.

2.

In order for a starch removing enzyme to work properly, what must occur?

     

    a.The enzyme must be heated to boiling to activate.

     

    b.The correct species of starch must be identified.

     

    c.Starches are insignificant and removal is unnecessary.

     

    d.The starch must be heated sufficiently to denature.

3.

To correct a high Carb Liquor pH, you would do what?

 

    a.Lower the Carb Liquor temperature.

 

    b.Increase the (carb) gas flow.

 

    c.Increase the Milk of Lime concentration. d.Increase the Milk of Lime dosage

4.

Which example allows the greatest retention time per tank?

 

    a.Two 10,000 gallon tanks in series and a liquor flow of 1,000 gallons per minute.

 

    b.Three 10,000 gallon tanks in series and a liquor flow of 1,000 gallons per minute.

 

    c.Two 20,000 gallon tanks in series and a liquor flow of 2,000 gallons per minute.

 

    d.Two 20,000 gallon tanks in parallel and a liquor flow of 2,000 gallons per minute.

5.

If you observed a reddish tint to the Carb Liquor, which action would you take?

 

    a.Decrease the gas flow to the Liquor.

 

    b.Increase the pH of the Liquor.

 

    c.Decrease the temperature of the Liquor.

 

    d.Do nothing, that is normal.

6.

A poorly operating clarification process does not effect which other processes?

 

    a.Affination Station.

 

    b.Raw Sugar Warehouse.

 

    c.Low Grade Recovery.

 

    d.White Sugar Crystallization.

7.

Measuring the invert created across the Carbonitation process is an effective evaluation.

 

    T TRUE .

 

    F FALSE .

8.

Which action would NOT improve clarification?

 

    a.Increase the mass of the particles being removed

 

    b.Lower the liquor temperature.

 

    c.Lower the liquor Brix.

 

    d.Increase the liquor temperature.

9.

Clarification by Phoshitation and Carbonitation are different in which area?

 

    a.Use of Milk of Lime.

 

    b.Use of filtering material.

 

    c.Use of acids.

 

    d.Importance of retention time.

10.

Which process requires the greatest capitol costs?

 

    T Carbonitation.

 

    F Phosphitation.

11.

To correct high Carb Liquor pH, you would do what?

 

    a.Lower the Carb Liquor temperature.

 

    b.Increase the (carb) gas flow.

 

    c.Increase the Milk of Lime dosage.

 

    d.Increase the Milk of Lime concentration.

12.

Measuring the invert created across Phosphotation process is an effective evaluation. .

 

    T TRUE .

 

    F FALSE

13.

Which action is not proper for enzyme treatment of starch?

 

    a.The enzyme must be heated to de-activate after clarification.

 

    b.The correct enzyme for starch is identified.

 

    c.The enzyme must be heated to de-activate prior to feeding.

 

    d.The starch must be heated sufficiently to denature.

   
   
   
 

last updated 10/30/2017