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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For saving water and reducing pollution, they all adopted comprehensive wastewater treatment systems, such as the advanced wastewater treatment transformation process of SW, which includes the following components: (1) microfilter to a primary sedimentation tank, (2) to an anaerobic tank, (3) to a cavitation air floatation system, then (4) to an aerobic tank, (5) to a sedimentation tank, and (6) to a clean water tank.
MSR Gear's MiniWorks EX Microfilter (shown) at $89 95 costs a pittance for peace of mind.
The DOC was extracted in a 1:10 (v/v) soil to water ratio, filtered with a 0.45[micro]m microfilter and determined using a Multi NC3100 (Germany).
MSR Trailshot water filter A new MSR TrailShot Microfilter is a useful gadget outdoors enthusiasts who require clean water while walking, running or mountain biking.
The concentrated solutions of iron (II) and iron (III) salts were mixed in the molar ratio of 1.1 to 2 and filtered into fresh water using a microfilter of 0.2 [micro]m pore size.
Effects of various concentrations of P407 (20%, 25%, and 30% [{weight of P407/weight of diluent} X 100]), addition of butorphanol, and sterilization through a microfilter on rheological properties of P407 were measured by use of a rheometer.
Use a microfilter: ensure every phone in the house uses a microfilter, as this will prevent interference from connected phones from disrupting your broadband.
Then, the final residues were filtered using microfilter, concentrated, and then made into dried powder.
The collected precipitate was filtered using microfilter and it has been separated out using suction pump.
A filter composed of a cylindrical polypropylene microfilter with a pore size of 1 [micro]m was used to protect the instrumentation from salt aerosols.