purgeable

purgeable

(ˈpɜːdʒəbəl)
adj
able to be purged
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Note that the purging also removes purgeable organic carbon so that the organic carbon measurement made after eliminating inorganic carbon interferences is actually a non-purgeable organic carbon determination.
They can also be configured to be purgeable, and nitrogen can be used to propel them for applications where is it necessary to displace the product, such as a re-route.
The new 21 CFR Part 11-compliant instrument detects TOC using a Non Purgeable Organic Carbon (NPOC) technique where inorganic carbon is purged from purified water samples before oxidation, and, according to the company, detection and is accurate in the 10-500 ppb range.
As more grease is added, the old grease is pushed out of the seals (if the seals are purgeable).
The new 21 CFR part 11 compliant state-of-the-art instrument detects TOC using a Non Purgeable Organic Carbon (NPOC) technique where inorganic carbon is purged from purified water samples before oxidation and detection and is accurate in the 10-500 ppb range.
It's not like we don't make indigent defendants (most of whom aren't really indigent anyway--see how fast they come up with the money when they're going to jail on a purgeable writ of bodily attachment for failure to pay child support) pay for the public defender lien.
Pellizzari, et al., "Purgeable organic compounds in mother's milk." Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 28 (1982): 322-328.
Optionally, the unit can be supplied as a total carbon analyser, also measuring the inorganic and purgeable carbon levels.
Purgeable organic compounds in mother's milk Bull Environ Contam Toxicol 28:322-328 (1982)