pulses per minute


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pulses per minute

Cardiac pacing The unit used to express the frequency of events in a 60 sec period–eg, the pacemaker stimulation rate
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Percussive action is delivered by dual pivoting heads that direct massage waves -- up to 3,000 pulses per minute -- downward for deep muscle relief.
The unit has two heads that alternately pummel muscles in rapid succession -- to the tune of 2,000 pulses per minute, according to the company.
Installation required only minor alterations to the existing setup and Hamler claims it's as easy to operate as a TV set, "Turn it on in the morning and it works." He also foresees no problems with production line speeds in the future since the Blazer is capable of 900 pulses per minute. Current tirage line speeds rarely exceed 150 bottles per minute while disgorging line speeds range from 100 to 120 bottles per minute.