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The action or process of filtering something.‘small particles are difficult to remove without filtration’
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- ‘Essential filtration and heating equipment had to be installed at the 20-year-old pool.’
- ‘To address the potential risk, it is important to remove gels by screen filtration.’
- ‘The mixture was sterilized by sequential filtration through 0.45 and 0.22 m filters.’
- ‘It is this filtration that removes some of the harsher flavour in the whiskey and the end product is a smoother and mellower taste.’
- ‘Engineer Bill Moorhouse explained that a problem remained with filtration, but that it could be fixed.’
- ‘Lastly, does the water filtration and circulation process cope with keeping the water in the pools clean?’
- ‘The bugs cannot be treated using chlorine but are usually removed by filtration.’
- ‘The beer is produced through cold filtration and is not pasteurised.’
- ‘This is further refined by carbon filtration to remove any traces of molasses before crystallization.’
- ‘No filtration is proposed for the emissions that would include carbon monoxide, sulphur dioxide and lead.’
- ‘It is a wholesale and humiliating process of filtration.’
- ‘That idea would help water be absorbed locally and cleaned naturally through ground filtration.’
- ‘They prevent proper filtration of waste material through the soil layers.’
- ‘In the first step, large contaminants were removed by filtration through filter paper.’
- ‘Filters would be used to improve filtration of outside air and eliminate re-circulated air.’
- ‘Custom tanks for large specialty fish can run in the thousands of dollars, plus extra for proper heating and filtration.’
- ‘The word seems to imply the wine is somehow better, but filtration has no correlation with quality.’
- ‘See also filtration, which cannot remove these soluble substances and acts only on particulates.’
- ‘Apparently it goes through three stages of filtration, but all the same, you wouldn't want to be caught in an avalanche of it, would you?’
- ‘The filtration is carried out in three stages - primary, intermediate and final.’
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