cleanability


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cleanability

The property of a paint film which permits easy removal of dirt, stains, and other surface contamination.
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More than an attractive design and cleanability, the 22 Eonis display also ensures the image quality that Barco is renowned for in hospitals around the world.
To rapidly assess flux residue cleanability, a visual cleanliness scale (TABLE 1) was developed.
Durability *** 1/2 Cleanability *** 1/2 Environmental Attributes *** Aesthetics (Based on a 5-star scale)
A combination of coatings is offered to improve processes that require release/non-stick, traction, traction and release, low friction, cleanability, wear resistance, corrosion resistance and conductivity.
The one-piece design and flow-through deck has no open ridges or cavities for contaminants to collect or hinder cleanability.
Fine grinding machines are manufactured for stringent specifications including sterility, heat sensitivity, and cleanability.
Features are lower cost, lighter weight, higher cooling capacity, lower cost to defrost, superior corrosion resistance, better cleanability, and 5-year warranty.
This flow channel design (of the former NCSRT) allows use of the entire filtration area, reducing membrane fouling and gel layer build-up producing permeate flux rates and unequaled cleanability in tough biopharmaceutical filtrations.
Container durability and cleanability were crucial to Grocery Gateway.
has redesigned its Model 300/600 DEA weigh-belt feeder for improved cleanability, reduced maintenance, and greater reliability.
High purity and ultra high purity tubing is manufactured by a proprietary manufacturing processes, verified by a full array of quality testing, that produces tubing with minimal surface anomalies to reduce microbial contamination through enhanced cleanability.