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HFO

abbreviation for oscillation.

HFO

Abbreviation for high frequency oscillation.
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The Company will be presenting a Technical Poster on its new series of catalyst and additives technologies that enable HFO blowing agents.
When HFO is spilled in icy waters, it breaks down slowly and can devastate ecosystems and the livelihoods of those who depend on them.
Momentum toward an HFO phase-out in the Arctic is building.
1 million sale price equals $158,456 per apartment, HFO said.
In the 6 ,9, 12 and 15th days of experiment with HFO glucose level was decreased by 17%, 20%, 27% and 30% respectively whereas by supplementing glibenclamide it was 17%, 26%, 34%, 41%, in those respective days compared to diabetic control (DC) group.
As shown in Figures 2(a) and 2(b), serum alanine aminotransferase (ALT) and aspartate aminotransferase (AST) did not alter significantly between LFO and HFO groups.
On the basis of type, the market is classified into DME, HFC, HFO, other hydrocarbons, and others.
With HFO prices at $581 and $588 per metric ton in Rotterdam and Singapore, respectively, the current ECA "tax" amounts to 10 percent per metric ton of fuel burned in the European trades and 15 percent for Asian trades.
In addition it will have a positive impact on circular debt and is expected to reduce the weighted average electricity tariff by at least 10% if LNG were to replace HFO and HSD in existing power generation units, he added.
Use of HFO is being discouraged internationally as SO2 emissions are extremely harmful to humans.
These operators can freely purchase the cheapest available HFO and blend it down to the sulphur content that their scrubber can handle.