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Scrub

A slightly disrespectful term for a new or inexperienced employee.
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Wet Scrubbing: The traditional hand scrub protocol used towels, and 4% CHG in 70% isopropyl alcohol and 10% povidone-iodine.
The scrubbing tool for the BS EN ISO 11998 test is known as "tool number 6" and it comprises an aluminium holder with a mass of 135g and an abrasive pad.
This article presents and discusses the evidence surrounding surgical scrubbing. Three main topics are addressed:
Debris, including bolts and nails, are swept up in advance of scrubbing. Side brushes increase the sweeping path to 1630 mm, making the Tennant 8300's productivity unmatched in its class.
The technology the company will be using to reduce the emissions is called fluid bed roaster (FBR) off-gas scrubbing technology.
By means of scrubbing, new sands show a decrease in the level of thermal expansion, and dust produced by the scrubbing shows a high level of thermal expansion.
The expanded sensing range of the hands-free faucet allows for proper scrubbing of both hands and forearms, while timers prompt users to follow specified washing procedures.
In the bathing area, the children played head scrubbing. They told the two-year-old boy from next door to sit in a blue plastic chair.
PET goes through an additional proprietary scrubbing stage, cleaning only with water.