dustfree

dustfree

Descriptive of the stage in the drying of a paint or varnish film at which dust will no longer stick to the surface.
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Attributes/comments: The Psi-Mix inline disperser combines a new dispersion method, in which the solid components are wetted on a large liquid surface, with emission-free, dustfree inline operation.
Vortex's technical focus is in the development of innovative technologies to improve solids process efficiency, ensure dustfree environments, and establish long-term reliability.
A 750 lb.-capacity, hydraulic carriage lifts the drum up 14 feet to the discharge point and rotates the drum 180 degrees for a precise, dustfree seal of the 304-2b stainless steel discharge hood to the receiving surge hopper.
while the Millipore Millex filter (triton free, 0.22 m) were used to make the solutions dustfree for Dynamic light scattering).
One called the site "a refuge from perfection," others sent in specimens of their hand-embroidered wall hangings with texts like "life is too short to be dustfree," "not coping is a human right," and "a clean kitchen is a sign of a wasted life" (to stay true to the ambition of non-perfection, some of the embroideries were only half-finished).
A purposebuilt riding centre with indoor and outdoor arenas, both with special dustfree surfaces.
Filters are cleaned automatically for ease of maintenance and extended canister life, says the company, and systems are designed for permanent ducting to help provide a clean and dustfree shop environment.
Maxillary and mandibular irreversible hydrocolloid [Zhermack Dustfree Thixotropic Tropicalgin] impressions were made taking care to block out under-cuts with petrolatum laden gauze, and an inter-occlusal bite registration was taken.
The Smith family forego a real Christmas tree because it would bring on an asthma attack - and even artificial trees have to be dustfree.