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ultrafilter

 [ul″trah-fil´ter]
the filter used in ultrafiltration.

ul·tra·fil·ter

(ŭl'tră-fil'tĕr),
A semipermeable membrane (collodion, fish bladder, or filter paper impregnated with gels) used as a filter to separate colloids and large molecules from water and small molecules, which pass through.

ultrafilter

[-fil′tər]
a semipermeable membrane with pores of a known diameter used to separate colloids and large molecules from water and other small molecules.

ultrafilter

the filter used in ultrafiltration.
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Excluding ultrafilter and North American gas turbine, the company's total backlog rose 7 percent from last year, continuing the improvement in general business levels seen for several quarters.
The increase over last year is attributable to the addition of ultrafilter, which has a higher run-rate for operating expenses than Donaldson's existing businesses.
Van Dyke noted the integration of ultrafilter remains on track.
In the Industrial Products segment, hard-order backlog, excluding North American gas turbine and ultrafilter, was down 5 percent, reflecting the continued softness in industrial capital equipment.
These factors, combined with the first year operations of the ultrafilter acquisition, should achieve at least high single-digit revenue growth for the company.
With roughly 100 million euros in sales, ultrafilter is a global leader in the design and manufacture of components, replacement parts and complete systems for the compressed air purification industry.
With roughly $100 million in sales, ultrafilter is a global leader in the design and manufacture of components, replacement parts and complete systems for the compressed air purification industry.
We also subjected serum pools to centrifugal passage through a 10-kDa Centricon ultrafilter to obtain the low molecular weight fraction for NMR analysis.
A neutrosophic ultrafilter on a set X is a neutrosophic crisp filter [PSI] such that there is no neutrosophic crisp filter on X which is strictly finer than [PSI] (in other words, a maximal element in the ordered set of all neutrosophic crisp filters on X).
Second, he found that the tumor-inducing factor could be passed through a Berkefeld ultrafilter known to retain bacteria.
Andrew has a BSc from Brunel University and after a short career in retail where he quickly became a store manager for Lidl, he joined Ultrafilter, now Donaldson, and remained with them for nine years achieving the status of top salesman in the UK on four occasions.