GPH

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AcronymDefinition
GPHGallons Per Hour
GPHGovernment of the Philippines
GPHGrams Per Hour
GPHGospel Publishing House (Pentecostal Christian publisher)
GPHGeneral Powerpc Handler
GPHGoogle Personalized Homepage
GPHGnome Phone
GPHGeopotential Height (meteorology)
GPHGlobal Parliamentarians on Habitat
GPHGood Payment History
GPHGoogle Personalized Home (software)
GPHGolden Pond Healthcare, Inc. (Darien, CT)
GPHGrowth-Promoting Hormone (farming)
GPHGeneralized Proportional Hazard(s)
GPHGaffes per Hour
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For most applications, the output of the micro-compounders is typically in the range 50 to 150 grams per hour as direct production output.
The coal mine standard prohibits heavy-duty diesel equipment to emit levels exceeding 2.5 grams per hour of DPM.
Their feeders are suitable for feed rates varying from a few grams per hour up to several tonnes.
"A man sweats from his feet an average of 1 gram per hour at rest to 6 grams per hour during physical activity.
Regarding the wood stove, in 1994 the BC Ministry of the Environment brought in legislation which required that retailers only sell wood stoves with a maximum emission level of 4.1 grams per hour of particulate matter.
All stoves manufactured after July 1988 have had to meet EPA health standards, and those made after July 1992 have to be either catalyst-equipped with a maximum particulate emission level of 4.1 grams per hour or non-catalyst-equipped releasing no more than 7.5 grams per hour.
Wood stove makers are producing a new generation of cleaner-burning stoves, which, studies show, have cut stove-produced pollution 85 percent in the last few years by reducing particulate emissions to an average of six grams per hour. By contrast, uncertified conventional stoves throw off an average of 42 gram per hour.
With an emission level of 3.25 grams per hour, the North Star product has been manufactured by industry leaders Heat & Glo to provide a cutting edge, yet clean-burning fireplace that blends seamlessly within a modern home environment.
This rate was found to be 60 to 70 grams per hour of carbohydrate, as compared to the 47 and 37 grams per hour used in the other two studies, respectively.
If wood burning is the only option, the EPA-certified fireplace inserts and stoves featured in your story produce about 6 grams per hour.
Designed for batches of 10-20 grams the unit can mill up to half a pound of material per hour and is capable of feed rates as low as a few grams per hour with maximum sample recovery.