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Synonyms for filter

Synonyms for filter

an electrical device that alters the frequency spectrum of signals passing through it

remove by passing through a filter

run or flow slowly, as in drops or in an unsteady stream

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The Firefinder filters weren't intended for the Iraq desert.
The pleated media filters are non see-through filters that have a zigzag pattern, which allows more surface area of filter to be squeezed into a smaller package.
However, deciding where to run each filter is a tricky problem and the optimal solution depends on several factors such as the number of nodes, the processing power available at each node and the network bandwidth.
If you're looking at the total environment, you want to look at the filter,'' said John Bishop, director of the water board.
As a result, further investigations were performed to discover the effectiveness of a combination of in-mold inoculation pellets with a filter for thin-wall gray iron casting applications.
Some commercial vehicle manufacturers rely only on the SCR system and maybe the ceramic diesel particle filter.
To avoid cutting or construction, the fan and filter should be the same size, and the fan should have a flat air-intake grate with no obstructions, allowing the filter to fit on it snugly.
com), a product it bills as the world's first artificial intelligence pornographic photo filter.
While Hazelett notes that the commercial collection and processing infrastructure is more sophisticated now, he says that the end results have been largely the same in that the oil filter recycling rate today ranges from 45 percent to 50 percent.
Commonsense red flags might include uncorroborated filter efficiency and air volume capacity statements, unwillingness to submit an air cleaner for independent AHAM testing, no physical address on brochures or Web sites, lack of detailed information of filter composition or technology, or the promise of extremely long filter life when compared to similar units.
For most homes, upgrading to a medium-or high-efficiency in-duct filter (which cost about $20 to $130) may provide a noticeable improvement.
This problem is solved by first applying a filter that searches for text that will only be in a mailing list's messages, and moves messages that contain that text into a special folder.