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filter

noun classification, means to rectify, means to reeine, purification, purifier, refinery, screen, sieve, sifter, strainer

filter

verb clarify, clean, clear, distill, filtrate, find, leach, pass through, percolate, purify, rectify, refine, screen, strain
Associated concepts: filter the evidence through the jury
See also: distill, purge, screen, select
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Then you can just swap out filters when they need cleaning and you have a spare set for replacing damaged filters.
The pleated media filters are non see-through filters that have a zigzag pattern, which allows more surface area of filter to be squeezed into a smaller package.
Filter ordering -- The order in which a sequence of filters is executed can have a huge impact on the system performance.
Recent investigations have examined combining the two methods at one point in the mold by inserting inoculating pellets in the filter centers.
Most furnace filters have a printed arrow on the edge, showing the direction air should flow.
Used oil filters, just like steel cans, are a scrap grade themselves in terms of chemistry," he continues, "which makes them a good commodity, [if] there are no ensuing problems by way of faulty processing.
Some HEPA filters capture small particles; most electrostatic systems report high efficiency levels at this range.
Management determined that conventional disk filters would not be compatible with existing mill equipment and would cope poorly with frequent grade changes and the high level of white water sediments.
High-efficiency filters are rated at 60 to 95 percent efficiency, and are sometimes confused with High Efficiency Particle Arrestance (HEPA) filters, which are defined as being 99.
Most systems can determine the order in which various filters are applied.