Filtration definition

Filtration means a physical, chemical or biological process that reduces concentrations of contaminants in water by passing it through filter media.
Filtration means a mechanical or physical straining process whose principal action is the removal of undissolved matter and shall include, but not be limited to, the following: diatomaceous earth filter, microstrainer, sand, dual and multi-media beds, or other processes capable of equivalent treatment.

Examples of Filtration in a sentence

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Documentation of Preprocedural Glomerular Filtration Rate and Contrast Dose Used During the Procedurez6.

Water samples (100 mL) were taken in sterilized containers and submitted within 2 h to the food safety laboratory, where analysis of bacteria (non-pathogenic E coli, total coliforms, fecal coliforms,) was conducted following specifications of the Membrane Filtration methodology m-Coliblue 24 (USEPA method No. 10029; Hach, Loveland CO).

Sewage shall be treated in the STP based on latest Technology with tertiary treatment i.e. Ultra Filtration to achieve standards ordered by NGT.

Filtration cartridges shall be drained in the filter housing for twenty-four (24) hours or in other sealed container before being discarded.


More Definitions of Filtration

Filtration means a process for removal of par- ticulate matter from water by passage through porous media.
Filtration means a process for removing particulate matter from water by passage through porous media. “Finished Water” means water that is introduced into the distribution system of a public water system and is intended for distribution and consumption without further treatment, except as treatment necessary to maintainwater quality in the distribution system (e.g., booster disinfection, addition of corrosion control chemicals).
Filtration means the passing of wastewater through a conventional technology, such as sand, anthracite or cloth; or an advanced technology, such as microfiltration, ultrafiltration, nanofiltration or reverse osmosis membrane.
Filtration means a process for removing particulate matter from water through porous media.
Filtration means a process for removing particulate matter from water by passage through porous media. “Finished Water water” means water that is introduced into the distribution system of a public water system and is intended for distribution and consumption without further treatment, except as treatment necessary to
Filtration means the filtering of a groundwater or surface water sample, collected for metals analysis, at the time of collection and prior to preservation. Filtering includes but is not limited to the use of any membrane, fabric, paper or other filter medium, irrespective of pore size, to remove particulates from suspension.
Filtration means the process of removing undissolved particles from water by recirculating the water through a porous substance such as filter medium or elements.