adhesion filter

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Adhesion Filter

A third-generation blood component filter which removes, by adhesion, 99% to 99.9% of the leukocytes found in units of packed red cells and platelets.

adhesion filter

Adsorption filter Transfusion medicine A '3rd-generation' blood component filter that removes 99-99.9% of WBCs–by adhesion in units of packed red cells and platelets. See Blood filters, Leukocyte reduction.
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1 on-site inspection of aerosol filter c-500 46 35 35 35 35 laboratory test on activated carbon sample 3 gas purification adsorption filter on-site inspection 7 7 7 7 7 4 iodine filter for on-site compactness of activated carbon fill 10 10 10 10 10 the detailed conditions are set out in the technical specifications of the public procurement document.
Reverse osmosis filters remove some organic chemicals, but often a secondary carbon adsorption filter is added after the membrane for this purpose.
The bowls accommodate various combinations of deionization, carbon and organic adsorption filter cartridges based on application requirements.
The chemical-biological defense subgroup-expected to receive $8 million in fiscal year 2003-has requirements for maritime chemical alert monitors, adsorption filter technology, mitigation of chemical agent release in a public transport terminal, emergency training for agricultural bioterrorism response, treatment of high-risk passenger luggage, food protection for critical and overseas facilities and a package water treatment system for U.S.
Contract awarded for Dual adsorption filter replacement, production, installation
The bowls accommodate various combinations of deionization, carbon, and organic adsorption filter cartridges based on application requirements.
as an adsorption filter and as a biological stage after an ozonation nine open activated carbon filter chambers are operated, each with 124 m 3 of activated carbon.
As an adsorption filter and as a biological stage after an ozonation, Nine open activated carbon filters are operated, Each with 124 m 3 of activated carbon.
Ferric hydroxide coated new paper and pulp adsorbent was used in laboratory scale adsorption filters to remove arsenic by coagulation phenomena.
This legislative loophole lets systems pass easily, simply by using adsorption filters.