Engineered with your needs in mind, the VSW range is FLSmidth heavy duty high frequency Dewatering Screen. This linear motion product has been specifically designed for effective dewatering of fine coal and minerals. With a high frequency and high G-force linear motion action, the VSW range guarantees maximum dewatering.
Like all FLSmidth screening products, the VSW high frequency dewatering screens have a long life-span providing customers with confidence and maximum operational efficiency. The VSW screen range is specifically designed to dewater slurry containing fine particles from 0 to 4mm such as:
We provide some of the largest high frequency dewatering screens available. If your operation requires one of the largest, most advanced and highly efficient dewatering screens, the VSW range we provide will supply the caliber of machinery necessary. Our Dewatering Screens are fit to tackle the toughest jobs. The size of our VSW Dewatering Screens will enable you to process more product and get more done.
All major components of our dewatering screens are computer generated, ensuring spare parts will fit with ease. A full quality assurance and quality control system ensure effectiveness and precision. Quite simply, if you want top quality, our VSW range of Dewatering Screens are what you seek.
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Molecular characterization of clinical multidrug resistant Enterococci isolates from Algerian healthcare settings.High prevalence and colonization of an intensive care unit by Enterococcus faecium isolates VanA and VanC positive.A range of resistance mechanisms is currently emerging in our hospitals
The spread of vancomycin-resistant Enterococci (VRE) in Algerian hospital settings is poorly reported. Since the first report in 2006, few data have been available on the molecular mechanism of this resistance across the country. In this study, we investigate the frequency and antibiotic resistance mechanisms of Enterococci strains isolated from hospitalised patients in the Tlemcen university hospital. 191 Enterococcus spp. strains were collected from various clinical samples and were identified using MALDI-TOF-MS. The presence of van genes was investigated by standard PCR and sequencing. Results revealed that E. faecium and E. faecalis strains are the main pathogens identified in the study. Antibiotic susceptibility testing revealed that the resistance rate was high for the majority of antibiotic classes, including glycopeptides, and only linezolid was effective on all strains. Molecular analysis revealed that 52.2% of strains from intensive care unit (ICU) were positive for the vanA gene, including 44.44% E. faecium, 5.55% E. faecalis and 2.22% E. avium. 25.5% of these isolates co-harboured both the vanA and vanC genes, including E. gallinarum (n=16) and E. faecium (n=6). In surgical wards (SW) 29.70% of strains harboured the van genes, including 4.90% of E. faecalis harbouring the vanB gene, and of the rest of strains, (24.80%) harboured the vanC genes. Indeed, 9.90% E. gallinarum and 4.90% E. faecalis were positive for vanC1 and 9.90% of E. casseliflavus were positive for the vanC2/C3 gene. The glycopeptide resistance rate was higher among strains from the ICU and was mainly composed by E. faecium strains compared with surgical wards where resistant E. faecalis strains were predominant.
The BiWaze Airway Clearance System from ABM changes that dynamic with dual air pathways separated for inhale and exhale flows. This helps ensure the inhaled air is not contaminated with mucus from the exhaled air.
Oscillations The Oscillation therapy feature delivers an oscillatory therapy based on frequency and amplitude settings. Use of the oscillation feature enhances mobilization and improves bronchial drainage.
Inspiratory Trigger An important characteristic of the device is its ability to trigger on the patients inspiration to help synchronize the therapy with the patient. The inspiratory trigger feature is available when the device is in Auto mode. The pressure delivery sequence is synchronized with the patients effort to inhale.
Inspiratory Flow While the expiratory switching is desired to be fast and at high flow to simulate cough, the inspiratory flow may be controlled to a comfortable level by selecting the flow between low, medium and high.
Positive Airway Pressure on the Pause Phase Provides the option to keep airways open in-between the exhalation and inhalation phases of the cycle cough. This feature is designed to make the therapy more comfortable for the patient.
When you turn on most digital devices, their screens vibrantly illuminate so that you can see easily in a variety of light settings. However, the visible light that comes from your screen is more complex than you might think.
The simplest blue light definition is a high-intensity, short wavelength range of visible light on the spectrum. Blue light is a high-energy, visible (HEV) light; falling in the same category of visible light as violet.
Darker colors like violet and blue are the closest to UV wavelength and strength. Lighter colors like red and yellow are on the opposite end of the spectrum with longer wavelengths and lower energy levels.
Whether youre aware or not, youre surrounded by blue light all of the time. Most computer monitors, cell phone screens, and flat-screen TVs are additional sources of blue light. This is because white light LED combines with blue LED to create a solid-state light which uses significantly less energy and power than alternative sources of light, making it ideal for electronic devices.
Blue light is harmful the same way having too much sodium in our diet is harmful. Our bodies are naturally adept at absorbing and dealing with blue light exposure, but like anything else, too much can be detrimental.
Digital eye strain, also known as computer vision syndrome, may lead to dry, sore, red eyes and blurred vision. With enough prolonged exposure, blue light can harm your eyes and lead to macular degeneration - causing damage the same way UV rays would.
Our bodies are naturally conditioned and programmed to fall asleep when it gets dark and wake up when were exposed to light. A study performed by Harvard Medical School found that blue light suppresses melatonin for about twice as long as green light and shifts circadian rhythms by twice as much .
The same study also found that green light may be damaging and strenuous on the eyes as well. The typical wavelength of blue light falls between 450 and 490 nanometers. The wavelength for green light is 520 to 560 nanometers, with cyan falling in between.
Because the two lights are so similar in terms of strength, and there are few remedies for green light exposure, its important to limit and monitor the amount of screen time youre getting from computers and devices each day - even if you use a blue light filter.
Of course, this is much easier said than done given how much we all depend on our devices and computers. If youre up late watching TV or working on your PC, your body may have difficulty adjusting and falling asleep so be sure to use some form of blue light filtration.
Its not just blue light that can affect your vision. As we age, the lens inside our eye can lose flexibility, resulting in the inability to change focus from far to near. Getting regular comprehensive eye exams are an important component to maintaining eye health, no matter how much time you spend in front of screens.
If you already have prescription glasses, you can move to multi-focal lenses. If not, then readers from the drug store may be enough - at least for a while. You can also have your optometrist add a blue light filter on your glasses or find reading glasses that include one.
Dry eyes are irritated eyes. Your bodys natural defense is to blink. This lubricates and cleans our eyes, and in normal situations the average person blinks 10 to 20 times per minute. Unfortunately, studies have shown that when we concentrate, our blink rate drops. We only blink 3 to 8 times per minute when reading, watching TV, or looking at a computer screen .
Take time to rest your eyes every 20 minutes or so. Look away from the computer and focus on something distant - like a poster on the wall across the room or out a window. Close your eyes gently, then squeeze and hold them shut for a moment, then open and relax them. Try to remember to blink more often in between, too, and when you are thinking, instead of squinting at the screen, turn away and blink a few times. Your eyes will thank you.
Built-in nighttime settings on devices often leave an orange tint on the screen that can distort images and diminish the quality of your viewing experience if youre watching a video or surfing the web. However, they are effective at reducing your exposure and protecting your eyesight.
One of the most popular blue light filter applications is F.lux. Like most blue light filter applications,F.luxreduces the blue light coming from your screen and boosts the warmer colors like red, yellow, and orange. One of the unique features that makes F.lux stand out from the other applications is the ability to adjust your settings to the time of day. Rather than setting timers and remembering to activate the filter on your PC or device, F.lux will automatically change in accordance to the ambient light throughout the day.
Another great application is Iris. Iris is one of the most intuitive and user-friendly blue light filter applications. WithIris, you can choose from a variety of modes and types within the settings menu. Select from options like automatic, manual, and paused mode for your convenience and preference.
Within the type settings, you can select health, reading, programming, biohacker, sunglasses, dark, movie, and overlay. Each of these options gives the user a slightly different experience and changes the display setting to accommodate specific tasks or activities.
Video and movie displays are often the most affected and distorted by application-based blue light filters. Fortunately, the video setting on this blue light filter is one of the best. You wont get an ugly orange glare from your screen when youre watching movies late at night on your laptop or PC.
Unlike F.lux, Iris is not free. Itll cost you $15 to install on your computer. If you dont want to pay without giving this software a thorough test drive, Iris offers a seven-day free trial for new users and a one-month free trial for every friend who installs the software after your initial free trial.
If you were to do a side-by-side comparison of blue light filter applications and physical blue light blockers like glasses, it would quickly become apparent that the physical barrier diminishes the quality of the picture and color far less than its application-based counterpart.
Physical blue light filters are the easiest and best way to reduce your blue light exposure. Some blue light filters for PCs are just a clear piece of plastic material that covers your monitor, while other filters come in the form of blue light blocking glasses.
If you have to work late at night on a PC or cell phone, wearing blue light filtering glasses for 3 to 4 hours before bedtime is the easiest way to keep your melatonin levels in check  and your retinas protected. While some of the flashier glasses may cost upwards of $80, you can get inexpensive pairs for $10 to $20 online.
The downside of physical blue light filters is that they are rarely made of durable material and you may end up having to replace them from time to time. Additionally, many prescription and over-the-counter reading glasses come with blue light filters in the lenses, so it may be a waste of time and money to invest in a blue light filter if you regularly wear prescription glasses.
With Night Light you can set a timer that controls the lighting on your computer screen for a section of time; for example, sunset to sunrise. Whats great about Night Light is the ability to control how much your screens blue light decreases.
From here, you can adjust the levels of blue light reduction and the timeframe you would like to restrict and control them. You may also choose to automatically adjust the brightness when the lighting changes.
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