microfilter


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microfilter

(ˈmaɪkrəʊˌfɪltə)
n
(Telecommunications) a device plugged into a phone socket to separate the phone line from the broadband line
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Tenders are invited for Design Supply erection trial run and commissioning of microfilter unit with output capacity 2 MLD and connected accessories, micro filter shelter and other connected works.
Efforts have been made toward viable CTC enrichment by designing 3-dimensional structures, changing microfilter geometry, and increasing porosity (i.
Thanks to your Reader's Service program, I was able to get the right NSN for the microfilter used in our unit's 1,500-gal tactical water purification system.
Glycosaminoglycan content was determined by a microfilter plate adaptation of a dimethylmethylene blue assay of Farndale et al.
Integrated cell isolation and polymerase chain reaction analysis using silicon microfilter chambers.
The solution was filtered through a microfilter with PTFE-membrane (0.
Several methods have proven effective for CTC detection; PCR (7), EPISPOT (8), and microfilter enrichment (9) will not be discussed in detail here.
Treated sewage is pumped into a long microfilter shaped like a bundle of drinking straws with tiny holes that trap dirt and solids.
Vac maker Wildwood Industries recently turned to the Endust brand for a line of microfilter vacuum bags, which the company said is designed to prevent dirt, dust and allergens from escaping into the air.
A 20 [micro]l volume of the microfilter permeate was injected onto a 15 cm C18 NovaPak column (Waters, Mississauga, Ontario) at a temperature of 25[degrees]C.
A washable microfilter is included for optimum operation.