nanofiltration love

Definitions

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  • noun Pressure-driven filtration through a membrane that removes particles of about two nanometres or larger

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Examples

  • - C incorporates technological advances such as nanofiltration, a virus exclusion technology, and cation exchange chromatography, an additional purification step, "said Steve Petteway, Ph. D., executive vice president, Research and Development.

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

  • The risk has been reduced by screening donors for prior exposure to certain virus infections and by manufacturing steps to reduce the risk of viral transmission including pasteurization and nanofiltration.

    ViroPharma Provides 2011 Outlook - Yahoo! Finance

  • •Reverse osmosis (RO) and nanofiltration (NF) reject water •Stormwater harvesting •Greywater

    WN.com - Business News

  • •Reverse osmosis (RO) and nanofiltration (NF) reject water •Stormwater harvesting •Greywater

    WN.com - Business News

  • Possible sources of on-site sources include, but are not limited to: •Rainwater harvesting •Reverse osmosis (RO) and nanofiltration (NF) reject water •Stormwater harvesting •Greywater (untreated) •Air conditioner condensate •On-site treated wastewater (including graywater) systems •Swimming pool filter backwash water •Foundation drain water •Cooling tower blowdown Bill discusses how these sources have been successfully used, describes quality, quantity and design considerations, and describes how the use of these sources fits into Green Building.

    WN.com - Business News

  • Possible sources of on-site sources include, but are not limited to: •Rainwater harvesting •Reverse osmosis (RO) and nanofiltration (NF) reject water •Stormwater harvesting •Greywater (untreated) •Air conditioner condensate •On-site treated wastewater (including graywater) systems •Swimming pool filter backwash water •Foundation drain water •Cooling tower blowdown Bill discusses how these sources have been successfully used, describes quality, quantity and design considerations, and describes how the use of these sources fits into Green Building.

    WN.com - Business News

  • •Reverse osmosis (RO) and nanofiltration (NF) reject water •Stormwater harvesting •Greywater

    WN.com - Business News

  • Possible sources of on-site sources include, but are not limited to: •Rainwater harvesting •Reverse osmosis (RO) and nanofiltration (NF) reject water •Stormwater harvesting •Greywater (untreated) •Air conditioner condensate •On-site treated wastewater (including graywater) systems •Swimming pool filter backwash water •Foundation drain water •Cooling tower blowdown Bill discusses how these sources have been successfully used, describes quality, quantity and design considerations, and describes how the use of these sources fits into Green Building.

    WN.com - Business News

  • •Reverse osmosis (RO) and nanofiltration (NF) reject water •Stormwater harvesting •Greywater

    WN.com - Business News

  • Possible sources of on-site sources include, but are not limited to: •Rainwater harvesting •Reverse osmosis (RO) and nanofiltration (NF) reject water •Stormwater harvesting •Greywater (untreated) •Air conditioner condensate •On-site treated wastewater (including graywater) systems •Swimming pool filter backwash water •Foundation drain water •Cooling tower blowdown Bill discusses how these sources have been successfully used, describes quality, quantity and design considerations, and describes how the use of these sources fits into Green Building.

    WN.com - Business News

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