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treater

[′trēd·ər]
(chemical engineering)
A vessel or system for the contacting of a process stream with reagent (treating) chemicals; for example, acid treating or caustic treating.
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Candela's customers in the United States have embraced Perfecta as a total rejuvenation system now that we can effectively treat vascular as well as epidermal pigmented lesions," said Dennis Herman, Senior Vice President, North American Sales, Marketing and Service for Candela.
The regulations permit qualifying taxpayers to elect in any year after 1993 to treat all rental real estate activities as a single activity, regardless of how they were treated in prior years.
Thoraxcenter, Rotterdam, Uses Tryton Medical's Side-Branch Stent[TM], Treats Coronary Bifurcation Lesions, Eliminates Need for Provisional Stenting
parent of a foreign subsidiary checks the box to treat the subsidiary as the parent's branch, the subsidiary will be treated as having been liquidated into the U.
With the PEDIGREE[TM] Ice Cream Sandwich Treats for Dogs, dog owners can feel good about giving their pets a treat that not only tastes delicious but also is low in fat, has no sugar added and contains protein, vitamins and minerals.
We are pleased with how seamlessly the Tryton strategy has been incorporated into routine practice to treat challenging bifurcation lesions all via 6 French guides," said Dr.
Medivation's current portfolio consists of small molecule drugs in development to treat three large, unmet medical needs - Alzheimer's disease, Huntington's disease and hormone-refractory prostate cancer, the last two of which are likely Orphan Drug indications.
2 : to pay for the food or entertainment of <I'll treat you to dinner.
The number of specialty-drug types and the diseases they treat are expanding quite rapidly.
Essco is treated as owning all the stock of Zeno and can elect to treat Zeno as a QSub.
The high-voltage system can use different gas mixtures to treat the surface of pellets or powder particles.
The Dominican Republic and various other countries, including Canada, England, and Mexico, permit doctors to treat prostate cancer with a technique called high-intensity focused ultrasound, or HIFU.