processed material

processed material

A term used in the context of the UK’s Human Tissue Act 2004, referring to material of human origin for which permission for use or retention may be required. According to the Act, permission is required if the material contains cells (e.g., plastinated tissue or body parts) but not if it is acellular.
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In addition, the attritor is mounted on a custom-designed frame riser, which allows the processed material to be discharged into containers for packaging.
The laser features >44 W average 532 nm output power with short 30 nsec pulse widths for minimizing undesirable heat damage to the processed material and <3% pulse-to-pulse stability for highest process reproducibility and yields.
The Attritor is also mounted on a custom designed frame riser, which allows the processed material to be discharged into containers for final packaging.
While there's no reason great art couldn't have been made out of the overly processed material of his life, it's doubtful he would ever have seen the necessary distance beyond his rarefied milieu, beyond the enclaves of MOMA and the Hamptons: It was his world, and he lived to welcome you or exclude you from it.
The following three measurements of the processed material were used extensively to evaluate the mixing capabilities of the new mixer:
Although portable and stationary units are capable of producing tight bales that allow recyclers to transport processed material more easily and efficiently, those recyclers who are sending material directly to steel mills may find that stationary models offer an advantage over the portable balers.
SSLs equipped with an industrial fork or bucket grapple typically remove debris from the immediate demolition area, particularly from tight places." Additionally, skid steers are often used to dean up around processing equipment, removing any debris that may fall off conveyors or from the machinery itself and to remove the processed material, he says.
Here, the loader pushes piles of pallets around the plant and loads trucks with the processed material.
SSLs equipped with an industrial fork or bucket grapple typically remove debris from the immediate demolition area, particularly from tight places." Additionally, skid steers are often used to cleanup around processing equipment, removing any debris that may fall off conveyors or from the machinery itself and to remove the processed material, he says.