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Berkefeld filter

[′berk·ə‚feld ‚fil·tər]
(microbiology)
A diatomaceous-earth filter that is used for the sterilization of heat-labile liquids, such as blood serum, enzyme solutions, and antibiotics.
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Second, he found that the tumor-inducing factor could be passed through a Berkefeld ultrafilter known to retain bacteria.
ELGA Berkefeld and Kruger WABAG Merge to Create VWS Deutschland II-106
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In partnership with Wetico Saudi Berkefeld, the recently-launched Shoaiba Barge SeaWater Reverse Osmosis (SWRO) plant is one of Saudi Arabia's largest RO seawater desalination plants and the world's largest sea-based desalination plant.
In Germany, Ian was responsible for integrating newly acquired companies, ELGA Berkefeld and Kruger WABAG into the VWS group.
When preparing for Y2K, I bought a British Berkefeld water filter.
Following completion of the transaction, Chris Berkefeld, Managing Director of Cleanaway and BIS in Australia, and the existing management teams, will continue to lead the respective businesses.