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  • The plants are usually cooled by highly-purified de-ionised water that does not damage delicate components inside.

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  • The air in the tower, filtered and de-ionised until it was a perfect medium, brought to him untainted the perfume of the fresh flower.

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  • "These isolated coolers allow the implementation of very high power density high voltage solutions, without the need for expensive and complex de-ionised water systems," Commented Ashley Golland, Global High Power Applications Manager.

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  • Element saves processing time by offering total control solutions for media from slurries to steam, and from de-ionised water to hydrochloric acid.

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  • He said that the method uses two flat plate electrodes as applicators, with the space between the electrodes being filled with de-ionised water and the food packages then immersed in this space:

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  • "The one requirement is that the package is hermetically tight and the packed food will not contaminate the de-ionised process water.

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