nonclogging

nonclogging

(nɒnˈklɒɡɪŋ)
adj
not tending to clog or block
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Forget grease - we're talking nonclogging, plant-based formulas that provide skin and hair nourishment to add gloss, prevent wrinkles and protect and moisturise skin.
55 x 45 x 35 ([cm.sup.3]) test tank; 25WZB1.5-201 nonclogging pump (Shanghai Lanjing Motor Manufacturing Co., Ltd.); 150 L storage tank with agitator; BT00-300M peristaltic pump, pump head model TZ1515X (Hebei Baoding Lange current company); the oxygen pump; 1,2,4-trichlorobenzene Shanghai Reagent Factory.
INDERMIL also offers other unique advantages, including a nonclogging applicator tip that does not need to come into direct contact with the wound surface during application, thus reducing the potential to disrupt wound edges during use.
Recently, some companies have introduced condensers that use bare tubing without any fins, supposedly nonclogging in use (Figure 10).
While on the faculty of Caltech as assistant professor of chemistry, he began a side business in 1934 for the manufacture of nonclogging ink for postage meters.
In this case, we're talking about two powerful motors protected from chip and coolant damage, steel baffling, a nonclogging filter system, a smooth hose interior to prevent bridging, a rugged stainless steel tank and high static water lift.
Only eight inches long when folded, 14 inches long unfolded, with a six-inch, nonclogging, nonbinding blade capable of cutting stems up to four inches in diameter.
This company produced a nonclogging postal meter ink, patented by AOB, as well as ribbon reinking devices, which were used by the parent organization, National Postal Meter Company of Los Angeles.