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n.1.Lack of activity or exertion; inertness; quietude.
These vicissitudes of exertion and inertion of the arterial system constitute the paroxysms of remittent fever.
- E. Darwin.
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Europe, we see more use of nitrogen inertion to safeguard improved cure and lower migratables.
Various options of the FCI are available tailored to suit customer requirements including air handling systems, CIP system, Filtration and Rapid Transfer Ports, Nitrogen inertion, Flexible glove port configuration and hazardous area systems.
Includes independently heated and programmable nitrogen inertion and quick-change solder nozzles for keep-away (less than 1.