ultrafilter


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ultrafilter

[¦əl·trə′fil·tər]
(mathematics)
A filter base which has no properly subordinated filter base.
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An ultrafilter ensures microbiological and endotoxin control for cell culture applications.
The increase over last year is attributable to the addition of ultrafilter, where operating expenses, as a percentage of sales, are currently higher than Donaldson's existing businesses.
Ultrafilter has continued to generate revenue growth while
Removing the offsetting distortions from gas turbine and ultrafilter, the 90-day backlog showed a year-over-year increase for the fourth consecutive quarter.
8 percent exclusive of the impact of recently-acquired ultrafilter.
5 percent of our outstanding shares and to fund most of the purchase price of ultrafilter international AG ("ultrafilter").
NYSE:DCI), announced today that it has completed the acquisition of ultrafilter international AG ("ultrafilter"), headquartered in Haan, Germany, for 72 million euros.
NYSE:DCI), announced today that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire 100 percent of the shares of ultrafilter international AG ("ultrafilter"), headquartered in Haan, Germany, for 72 million euros.
However, there is not one ultrafilter membrane that will do all of these tasks.
Sartorius Stedim Biotech's (SSB) single- use ultrafilter Sartocon Slice 50 is an encapsulated and ready-to-use crossflow module with a filter area of 50 cm2 and a wide variety of molecular weight cutoffs.
Sartorius Stedim Biotech's single-use ultrafilter Sartocon Slice 50 is designed for use in biotechnological applications, especially for membrane screening and small-volume process development.
Ultrafilter samples were sent to CDC, which reported on July 30 that the samples had negative results for norovirus using real-time reverse transcription-PCR testing (2).