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sterilize

sterilize
Sterlized portion of runway/airfield.
i. To blank off a portion of an instrument panel for equipment not yet installed.
ii. To mark off a portion of a runway as not usable.
iii. To prohibit unauthorized access to a portion of or the entire airport for security reasons.
iv. To make unusable or unavailable a facility, such as a portion of an aircraft, for carrying a weapon.
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ATS also provides on-line access to test results, allowing the dentist to track the performance of each steriliser.
A logistic regression model showed that age, emergency (unscheduled) surgery, and the absence of the ultraviolet air steriliser were each independently associated with 30 day in-hospital mortality.
To conduct the test, the BI's are processed through the sterilizer in the dental office and then mailed back to NBBS for testing to determine if the steriliser was working correctly.
Contractor name : BABICH MAINTENANCE & STERILISER SERVICES PTY LTD
The steriliser is cleared for commercialisation in the United States and in Canada.
After the reloading of the steriliser, the energy that is saved in the multilayer storage can be used again to heat process water to a temperature of 121 degrees celsius.
Ric) Rumble said that the company expects to be able to ship sterilisers with the new cycles to Canadian hospitals by the end of first quarter 2010.
Sales of the sterilisers, a liquid added to the water of humidifiers, were suspended by the South Korean government in 2011.
Getinge claims its Infection Control business is the world's leading supplier of sterilisers and disinfectors for the hospital and pharmaceutical industries.
M2 PHARMA-August 14, 2015-Lancer Launches Steam Sterilisers for Lab Research