concentrator

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con·cen·tra·tor

(kon'sĕn-trā-tŏr)
A device for making a substance stronger or purer.
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The geographic and product line concentration constrains the rating on the company.
reflect its extremely strong capitalization, good earnings, and increasing premiums, partially offset by high product line concentration.
The ratings reflect its weak operating performance and liquidity, good capitalization, and high geographic and product line concentration.
The ratings reflect the company's high geographic and product line concentration, strong and volatile operating performance, and very strong capitalization.
The ratings reflect the company's weak operating performance, high geographic and product line concentration, and very strong capitalization.