Contract notice: Supply of exhaust air filter housings for the circulating-air monitoring facilities in the f and g wings of the institute for transuranium elements.
What does FH stand for?
FH stands for Filter Housing (water and air filtration)
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We have 33 other meanings of FH in our Acronym Attic
- Family Housing
- FarmHouse (fraternity)
- Fédération de l'Horlogerie (French: Watchmaking Federation)
- Fellowship Hall
- Fermanagh (Ireland)
- Fetal Heart
- Field Hockey
- Field Howitzer
- File Header
Samples in periodicals archive:
The assembly comes complete with a universal filter housing mount, two conventional hygienic diaphragm valves and one "double" weir robolux hygienic diaphragm valve.
A typical lamp assembly is made up of multiple components, including the lamp, the upper and lower filter housings, the inner and outer filters, and a burner socket.
BOOTH 603 Keystone Filter, a Met-Pro Filtration/ Purification Technologies Company, has introduced a patent-pending line of 222 Giant industrial filter housings and cartridges that offer submicronic filtration in a low cost, high surface area configuration, with a unique double 222 o-ring seal to ensure integrity and safety.
The system comes with a pulse-type filter cleaning system which cleans the filter without having to disassemble the filter housing, eliminating costly down time.
As dirty water enters the filter housing, a high-velocity spinning action occurs, spiraling heavier particles such as sand and sediment away from the disc/screen cartridge down to the base of the filter housing.
Inside the filter, water is forced into a high-velocity spinning current that sends heavier particles of sand or sediment away from the disc or screen cartridge, down to the base of the filter housing.
Petty Officer Cain also found one of the mounting tabs on the filter housing was bent because of excessive contact with the rudder pedal, causing extensive wear marks.