chemical operations


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Noun1.chemical operations - warfare using chemical agents to kill or injure or incapacitate the enemy
war, warfare - the waging of armed conflict against an enemy; "thousands of people were killed in the war"
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These goggles are also known as indirect vented goggles used for limited chemical operations.
However, closures of chemical operations at the Wilton International Centre and mothballing of other plants have affected the volumes being handled by Teesport - the UK's third biggest port by volume.
On November 7, 2006, Nathaniel was assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 110th Chemical Battalion (Technical Escort) as a Chemical Operations Specialist.
In addition, recent actions taken by the Chinese government to close chemical operations that are believed to contribute to air and water pollution and the elimination of refunds of the Chinese VAT (value added tax) are also contributing factors.
Other contributors, he said, are China's recent closures of chemical operations thought to be polluting air and water and the end of refunds of its value added tax - both of which actions affect ink industry raw materials, intermediates and chemicals.
"Environmental testing is a significant growth market for the Company and the addition of ERA improves our access to this customer base" said Ian King, vice president of Chemical Operations at Waters.
* Great Western Manufacturing introduced its new QA24 In-Line sifter, developed for small to moderate production volumes and to provide an economical quality assurance and HACCP solution for food, pharmaceutical and chemical operations. The QA24 has a compact, space saving design while featuring the Tru-Balance drive and pneumatic sieve compression system used in the company's larger In-Line machines.
Army veteran, Sergeant Michael Volkin served in Operation Enduring/Iraqi Freedom as a Chemical Operations Specialist and received an Army Commendation Medal for his work (which included designing fitness programs for his troops.
These chips have a design very similar to integrated circuits except they consist of fluid channels, chambers, valves, and switches that can carry out chemical operations to synthesize and label molecules for PET imaging.
Its chemical operations include plants making solvents, agrochemicals, flavours, fragrances and petrochemicals.
The QA24 In-Line sifter was developed for the quality assurance and HACCP needs of food, pharmaceutical and chemical operations with moderate production requirements.
The Secretariat of Labor's Mexican Official Standard NOM-028-STPS, published on January 14, 2005 and effective one year from the publication date, establishes the requirements for workplaces that involve chemical operations.