ceramic filter

ceramic filter

[sə′ram·ik ′fil·tər]
(electronics)
A type of mechanical filter that uses a series of resonant ceramic disks to obtain a band-pass response.
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Tenders are invited for Compressed Air Filter Ceramic Filter Size 10-1 As Per Clw Drg No.
The Yorkshire company, FriPura has invested a seven figure sum in the small ceramic filter, which sits in the bottom of fryers and lengthens the effective life of deep fat fryer oil before it needs to be changed.
Hi-Tech services its customers around the globe with a dedicated technical management team with over 150 years of combined ceramic filter and/or foundry experience.
I bought a Doulton ceramic filter there 3 years ago, which is simply attached to my kitchen tap.
The traditional, ceramic filter, Shwe said, "will work for my people
Ceramic filter elements with tailored macro- and microstructures, Filtration and Separation, Vol.
Others also find relief wearing earplugs such as EarPlanes, specialized silicone devices that contain a ceramic filter to help delay the rate at which pressure reaches the middle ear.
A post ceramic filter can prevent the need of UV light and actually filters out any organisms such as cryptosporidium (from human and fecal animal waste).
To make an array of water-carrying channels, Kwok and his colleagues use a commercially available ceramic filter about the size of a cookie and riddled with about a million holes.
The new models are equipped with newly developed clean-exhaust engines as well as a PM-gathering ceramic filter mechanism that burns it up on the strength of a special catalyst, it said.
But the company, which owns a ceramic filter company based in Wolverhampton, said its markets remained difficult and its future success was dependent on the timing of the take up of 3G technology.