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A device for making a substance stronger or purer.
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The VOC concentrator refers to the activated zeolite or carbon adsorption system, are designed to capture and eliminate volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and hazardous air pollutants from industrial exhaust systems.
But more recent research suggests that, with the rebranding of CTE, the opposite is now occurring and that CTE concentrators graduate at higher rates.
Falade, a paediatric neurologist, stated this at the handing over of three oxygen concentrators to the University College Hospital (UCH), Ibadan under the Oxygen Implementation Project in Nigeria, aimed at ensuring that sick children who need oxygen get it as at when due.
According to the company, the new vacuum concentrators achieve a reduced drying time and are compatible with a large number of solvents, helping to boost laboratory efficiency and productivity across an array of pharmaceutical, biotechnology, academic research, and other industrial applications.
With this agreement, the civil works of the concentrator plant is expected to start immediately.
Many works focus on the research for the influence of tracking error on the optical performance or flux distribution of dish concentrator system [14-21], but they do not consider the influence of EATD tracking error.
Designed to accommodate active oxygen users, the LifeChoice ActiVox Portable Oxygen Concentrator makes it easier to travel without worrying about refilling or changing tanks.
* Increased durability and reliability of the concentrators due to the material's long wear life and low friction/heat
Even if we only use partial properties of the coordinate transformation compared with that for a strict invisible cloak or a concentrator, the effects of magnetic concentrator made of such metamaterials still hold.
The researchers say their concentrator will need further development to produce enough energy to be commercially viable, as its current efficiency is around 1%.