Definitions for "Screenings"
A residual product, usually a by-product of crushed; rock, cobble, gravel or concrete. Not suitable for the sand bedding.
A residual product not suitable for bedding sand. It is a by-product from the crushing of rock, boulders, cobble, gravel, blastfurnace slag or concrete. Most of the aggregate passes the No. 4 (4.75 mm) sieve; typically limestone or granite.
Keywords:  undersized, coal, ashes, refuse, mesh
The refuse left after screening sand, coal, ashes, etc.
The undersized coal from a screening process, usually a half-inch or smaller.
Weed seeds, broken and undersized grain and other materials within grain which pass through screens of a specific dimension.
Solids removed from wastewater influent during treatment through bar racks and screening equipment.
Materials removed from wastewater by screening processes. For example, faecal matter, toilet tissue, plastics, and condoms.
Materials removed from wastewater by screening processes. For example, timber, rags, plastic and condoms.
Checkups to evaluate health and detect illness, including well-baby checks; tests to determine blood pressure, cholesterol and blood sugar levels; mammograms and Pap smears; vision and hearing checkups; and sigmoidoscopy. Screenings help minimize illness and maintain positive health status through early intervention.
Keywords:  mill, shives, kernel, bark, suspensions
Rejected materials, such as knots, shives and large bark particles, from the screening operations of pulp suspensions in a pulp mill.
the portion of total milled rice consisting of broken pieces about 1/4 to 1/2 the length of a whole kernel
Impurities of wheat removed from the grain in the wheat cleaning section