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Synonyms for scrubber

a worker who uses a scrub brush to clean a surface (usually a floor or deck)

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a brush with short stiff bristles for heavy cleaning

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a purifier that removes impurities from a gas

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The guide addresses basic concepts such as the difference between an air scrubber and a negative air machine.
The award is in recognition of the company's ReNew Air Scrubber programme for air pollution remediation.
Adopting an interdisciplinary approach means that several methodologies such as HEPA vacuums, air scrubbers, thermography, infrared imaging and baking soda blasting will all become ingrained as procedures in the protocol for mold removal and eradication.
Pullman Ermator manufactures dust and slurry management solutions including dust extractor systems, dry/wet vacuums, and air scrubbers for the light construction industry.
An orphan and former ward of the state, she exists by working in the local factory, making what she thinks are air scrubbers.
Air scrubbers then clean the air, after which it is fed back into the oven.
Equipment such as melting furnaces, grinders, and air scrubbers combined with sometimes inflexible processes like the need to finish, weld, and form product create complicated environments.
The very next morning (on a Saturday), we brought in scaffolding, air scrubbers and an army of over 150 restoration specialists, including HVAC duct cleaning experts, for a 12-hour shift to restore the indoor environment to an acceptable condition.
installed millions of dollars worth of air scrubbers and water purifying equipment to alleviate the problem.
Air scrubbers remove 87 percent of the pollutant from the air before it's released, according to tests conducted in 1999, said Erwin, the permit writer.
Inside the remediation area variable speed archival grade HEPA vacuums and traditional air scrubbers removed the mold spores from the air, and dehumidifiers and refrigerants maintained temperatures between 69 and 72 degrees, and relative humidity between 35% and 40%.
Air scrubbers on the power plant's smokestack turn sulfur dioxide into gypsum, which is then sold to a neighboring plasterboard factory, which dries it in flare-gasfired kilns and turns it into wallboard.
A producer of cement and road fill uses byproducts from the power plant's coal burners, while the plant's air scrubbers produce gypsum for wallboard.
A variety of systems can be effective against chemical weapons, including vehicle sealing, air scrubbers, and overpressure devices.
A water treatment plant for the air scrubbers of the ventilation system will be installed in the technical center.