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clean

1. mod. not using drugs; not involved with drugs. I’ve been clean for more than a month now.
2. mod. sober; not intoxicated with drugs at the moment. (Almost the same as sense 1) Just being clean for a day is an accomplishment.
3. mod. not breaking any law. (Police and underworld.) I’m clean, officer. You can’t charge me with anything.
4. mod. not carrying a weapon. (Police and underworld.) I frisked him. He’s clean.
5. mod. well-dressed. Now there’s a clean dude!
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On the one hand, this makes the cleaning of tool holders faster and more process reliable.
Dry ice cleaning machines are mobile and can be rolled right up to the machine being cleaned to maximize in-situation cleaning capability.
Shopping and strategizing before the actual cleaning process was integral to not wasting precious time.
For the pharmaceutical industry and other critical manufacturing processes, ultrasonic cleaning ensure that all items used within the clean room or entering it are completely clean.
* Heavy cleaning - Obstructions (0) and Deposits (D) over 25%.
The best cleaning processes first take into account both upstream and downstream processing conditions.
The most effective, and reproducible, cleaning technique is to dissolve the active compound.
Numerous components built into motor vehicles are cleaned in wet chemical processes with solvents, or with water-based cleaning agents in batch processes.
The topics for this session focus on test board options, quantitative cleaning assessment testing, spot cleaning assessment under components, and IPC's technology roadmap and its impact on cleaning and reliability.
Guardian is already "green cleaning" a host of commercial properties including L&L Holding Company's 195 Broadway, all of Jack Resnick & Sons Manhattan office buildings, including 110 East 59th Street, 830 Third Avenue, 485 Madison Avenue, 1755 Broadway, 75 Park Place and 199 Water Street, the McGraw Hill corporate center in Hightstown, NJ, the State Capital complex in Hartford, CT, and Penn Station Newark.
But conventional cleaning products can actually leave indoor air polluted with a toxic smog of petrochemical volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and the synthetic fragrances used to mask them.
While we clean the nozzles, the ultrasonic tank is busy cleaning the retainer plate, which should not take more than an hour or two to remove all traces of degraded plastic, eliminating this worry during assembly.
And right means cleaning by the book, the weapon's -10 TM.
The team studied the period from 1964 to 1979, when tetrachloroethylene was the primary solvent used for dry cleaning in these countries.
This provider of environmentally-responsible dry ice cleaning technology is said to continue to keep pace with the industry's evolution towards micromolding by offering a precision cleaning system that projects a targeted stream of dry ice particles shaved from blocks to thoroughly clean small, deep and/or complex cavities, molds and crevices that traditional dry ice blasters cannot reach.