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rinse

[rins]
(graphic arts)
To wash off; a liquid bath to remove foreign matter.
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However, epidemiological data have shown that post-brushing rinsing habits can significantly affect the caries outcome in a young population, i.
We reinforce the fact that it is the actual brushing and flossing that mechanically remove the biofilm from their teeth and that rinsing [alone] will not do the trick.
5% as much as with decontamination by bottle rinsing, and no water is required.
This technique has the benefit of timesavings, lowers the complexity of the procedure due to the elimination of the rinsing step, and decreases the challenge of patient management.
For effective post-solder defluxing of printed wiring assemblies (PWAs), you need to consider the total operation--cleaning, rinsing and drying.
The DRS system operates without effluents occurring, meaning that the treated parts are rinsed thoroughly, using a minimum of fresh water in a cascade washing system, and the relatively small amount of rinsing water can be processed very economically.
The new order is for a RotaClean SR/AC 36-head bottle rinsing system.
The financial analysis was performed under the assumption that a rate of 500 gallons per minute of ultrapure water is needed throughout the year for wafer rinsing.
Double rinsing is common, using either deionized water for spot free parts, or adding corrosion inhibitor in the final rinse if rusting is a problem.
Maintenance of heavy-traffic floors involves cleaning and rinsing the floor thoroughly.
Next, the medical staff begins rinsing Mike's burns with lots of water.