scavenging system

scavenging system

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Stirrers, hall crane, photoionisation system, creosilo / plant, conversion of the grease scavenging system, 350m stainless steel pipeline DN 100-700 as well as 40m exhaust pipes PE 80, metal covers incl , Separation bay and 2 pools in the fixed bed.
These results suggested a possible role of Zn in some oxygen radicals scavenging system that was constant through different layers of rice grain tissue, but the involvement of Fe was less clear.
11 Catalase is a well-known intracellular antioxidant enzyme and is a member of the free radical and ROS scavenging system.
a scavenging system that collects and disposes of the high-temperature, noxious gases as they are discharged by the engine.
Waste gas scavenging system is defined as a device that collects gas from the patient circuit and removes excess anesthetic gases and vapors that are released from the equipment used or are exhaled by the patients.
The portable unit also contains a gas scavenging system that is attached to wall suction.
With a Minecraft-style crafting and scavenging system, you'll direct him to build tools and other equipment to fend off sharp-toothed foes, collect food and erect fortifications in order to avoid going hungry.
In lieu of using a large canister as an anesthetic reservoir, the system employs standard glass syringes to dispense the anesthetic with no scavenging system required.
As this breakthrough oxygen scavenging system also typically delivers more powerful scavenging capability than current technologies, it is able to offer high level product protection in lighter weight and smaller portion size PET containers.
Before municipal reform in 1840 the scavenging system in the city, and waste disposal generally, were in a chaotic state.
Nonenzymatic scavenging system includes ascorbic acid, reduced GSH, carotenoids, and vitamin E.
PstS is a high-affinity binding protein tot inorganic phosphorus and is part of a phosphate-induced high-affinity scavenging system.