biobarrier

biobarrier

(bī′ō-băr″ē-ĕr) [” + Fr. barre, bar]
A layer of organically active material (such as calcium peroxide, cane molasses, sludge cake, or soybean oil) that absorbs, blocks, or degrades environmental contaminants in soil or water.
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Tenders are invited for The project consist of existing tree and brush removal, clearing and grubbing, demolition of existing concrete exit steps and walkway; reconstruction of driveway and site accessway asphalt concrete (AC) pavement; installation of concrete walkway, crib ramps, exit stairway, curbs and gutters, installation of grated drain inlet to connect to existing WCC drainage system; stump grinding and landscaping with plants, grass and biobarrier and miscellaneous related work necessary to complete the project.
What's new: BioBarrier HSMBR's simple, award-winning design and fully certified wastewater treatment process utilizes superior aeration capabilities along with durable flat-sheet membrane technology to provide a microfiltration and ultrafiltration treatment process.
If successful, the biobarrier is expected to reduce the flow of vinyl chloride by more than 99% to just 2 inches (~5 cm) a day, buying time for the protracted cleanup to follow.
Brands: Reemay, Starweb, AQF, Securon, Coronop, Terram, Typar, Softex, Sofspan, Webril, Biobarrier, Bidim, Linopore, Veraclean, Resolution, UltraFlo, Celestra, Excell, Dreamex, EcoFabrics, Blowitex
Perhaps one of the most innovative developments in surgical gloves in the past few years is a unique, highly sensitive, double glove designed by BioBarrier, Inc.
Contents include: raw materials--cotton, wood pulp, and bonding nonwovens; product attributes--home use materials, operating room materials, meeting quality requirements, and specialized uses; and performance testing--prosthesis materials, diapers, biobarrier properties of packaging materials used in medical devices, sterile medical device packaging, packaging and medical device recalls, and automated testing.
Roger Bergh has been named senior sales manager for the Biobarrier division of Fiberweb, Inc.
One of the new products being exhibited that I thought was particularly interesting (and received quite a bit of attention from the nurses), was a unique surgical glove developed by BioBarrier, Inc.
notes that Surgicot "is one of the largest manufacturers and marketers of biological and chemical sterility indicators and biobarrier packaging.
BioBarrier HSMBR (High Strength Membrane BioReactor) Systems allow for more options for water-recycling and reuse techniques.