brush station

brush station

[′brəsh ‚stā·shən]
(computer science)
A location in a device where the holes in a punched card are sensed by brushes sweeping electrical contacts.
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The Sage Brush and Interplanetary compressor stations were undamaged with the Interplanetary station (100 MMcf/d gross capacity) continuing to operate and the Sage Brush station (35 MMcf/d gross capacity) currently shut down as the Company evaluates the time necessary to repair a connecting pipeline in the area of the fire.
By scrubbing both sides of the wafer simultaneously in two sequential brush stations, the Series II offers a significant increase in the brush to wafer contact, which is the primary cleaning mechanism.
By scrubbing both sides of the wafer simultaneously in two sequential brush stations, the Series II provides a significant increase in the brush to wafer contact, which is the primary cleaning mechanism.