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aspirating

[′as·pə‚rād·iŋ]
(mining engineering)
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Xtralis aspirating smoke detection solutions protect many Fortune 500 companies, iconic sites, and critical infrastructures worldwide to provide very early warning and verification of threats to speed response time and minimize facility damages and potential injuries.
After aspirating, and before removing the tip from the liquid, pause for one second.
Each aspirating head is made in antistatic resin plastic--double packed--irradiated--suitable for any type of SAS Super air sampler that uses diameter 55 mm Contact Plates (RODAC) or standard 90mm Petri dishes- shelf-life of five years.
Papanicolaou's first study, for example, he had a success rate of only 18% in aspirating nipple fluid, noted Dawanda Pesicka of the University of California, Los Angeles.
announces the recent acquisition of industry leading Turborator[R] patented technology and will demonstrate the self aspirating aerator/mixer in booth 170 at the New England Water Association Annual Conference held January 21 - 24, 2007 at the Marriott Copley Place Hotel, Boston, Massachusetts.
Even in the aspirating challenging samples that might include foam, blood clots, or air, QPM automatically detects, reports, and handles pipetting errors according to user-defined procedures.
Preliminary use of the product suggests that Rinspiration may be valuable in elective procedures for rinsing and aspirating chronic thrombus, or 'cleaning up' after an interventional treatment device has been applied, such as PTA, stent placement, or atherectomy.