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purify

[′pyu̇r·ə‚fī]
(computer science)
To remove errors from data.
(engineering)
To remove unwanted constituents from a substance.

Purify

A debugging tool from Pure Software.
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Honeywell - With an advance double layer, active carbon filter, a high-grade HEPA filter and a powerful in-car air purification - CADR 12m3/h, a Honeywell Move Pure Car air purifier will clean your air and remove PM2.
The modular air purifier, Cube, allows users to separate or combine two devices according to situations and intended use.
There are many air purifiers in the market, including Xiaomi's Mi Air Purifier, that house this feature so users can actually see and measure the difference in air quality after using an air purifier.
With the increasing awareness and the increasing use of air purifiers in the residential sector the online sales is expected to increase in the coming years.
Meet Geevarghese Thomas, 25, and Abhilash John, 25, the two entrepreneurs who have come up with perhaps the cheapest air purifier in the world, priced at just ` 2,500.
In the POU water purifiers market, products with high purification capabilities such as combination of reverse osmosis (RO) and Ultraviolet (UV) technologies are more preferred.
This is driving penetration of air purifiers in the residential sector on account of increasing indoor air pollution and growing health consciousness among people.
1 in the NBCI (National Brand Competitiveness Index) nine years in a row by the Korean Productivity Center, and was awarded the Korea Prestige Brand Award in the Water Purifier category in 2014.
However, the commercial availability of air purifiers that do not comply with regulations, and produce hazardous by-products such as ozone, is restraining uptake.
Eureka Forbes, India's leading health &hygiene company, today introduced a revolutionary innovation in air purification with the launch of its new range of air purifiers under Dr.
Air purifiers are expected to increase by a compound annual growth rate of 10 percent in the United States until 2020, according to Research and Markets.
Pureit water purifiers from Hindustan Unilever and TATA Chemicals' Swach are the main players in the offline category.