storage life


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storage life

The length of time for which an item of supply, including explosives, given specific storage conditions, may be expected to remain serviceable and, if relevant, safe. See also shelf life.
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Austrianova Singapore already has data demonstrating storage life of frozen encapsulated cells for over six years; however, these studies were done with a slightly different cell line than the cell line that will be used for PharmaCyte's planned clinical trial.
With high energy density and unlimited storage life, hydrogen is the perfect fuel for this.
PFA spokesman on Monday said that rotten vegetables and fruits stored for more than their storage life, are prime cause of causing intestinal diseases and food poisoning.
Talking to reporter, the experts of Citrus Research Institute Sargodha said 95 per cent variety of seedless kinnow contained only one seed with more juice and long storage life.
Peppers with a longer storage life were identified.
Its wider operating window is characterized by lower Mooney viscosity, lower temperature sensitivity, better dimensional stability during extrusion and extended storage life of uncured rubber, according to the company.
It thus enhances the storage life of fresh fruits and vegetables to up to five days as it reduces evaporative losses vis- a vis consumers' satisfaction.
Millenniata and MKM/Verbatim have launched 100GB Blu-ray optical discs which will enable consumers, SMBs and enterprises to utilize large-scale optical storage to capitalize on the greater than 1,000 year archival storage life that M-DISC technology provides
It also improves collapsibility properties in light metal casting, improves immediate strength levels and increases core storage life.
These adhesive products are said to be simpler and quicker to apply with very little wastage involved, they are also odourless and emission free and provide longer shelf storage life.
Treatments that incorporated a controlled release of 1-MCP and MAP significantly extended the storage life of edible carnation and snapdragon flowers.