microperf

microperf

[′mī·krə‚pərf]
(computer science)
A type of continuous-feed computer paper having extremely small perforations along the separations and edges which give separated pages the appearance of standard typewriter paper.
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EM-ESL's XStat MicroPerf electrostatic panel is housed within a radical aluminum and composite AirFrame[TM] similar to those found on MartinLogan's flagship products.
All QuickSteam products employ microperf technology, which provides a 17-day shelf life, and a new steam valve cooking system that preserves the items' high nutrient levels with cooking times of three minutes or less.
Microperf screens have much smaller holes, but many more of them, resulting in less interference with high-end sound frequencies.
Housed within an aluminum AirFrame[TM], the Theos' XStat transducer utilizes radical Vacuum Bonding and MicroPerf technology to provide the highest levels of efficiency and precision available from a compact electrostatic panel.