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demount

[dē′mau̇nt]
(computer science)
To take out a magnetic storage medium from a device that reads or writes on it.
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The highest level of contamination with oil products and metals is featured in the railway objects and reservoirs of oil products while the lowest--in automobile demounting and oil extraction sites.
Design effort has been concentrated in the easy demounting and transport of the design.
One of the challenges in this area concerned the awkward sizes of two key products: the Murphy line of tire mounting and demounting lubricants, packaged in 25-lb.
The lifting and piping of the formation soil beneath the track caused rapid demounting of the track, lifting it up with the tidal waters and displacing it several meters.
Contact the Tire Industry Safety Council at (202) 783-1022, the National Tire Dealers & Retreaders Association at (202) 789-2300 or the Rubber Manufacturers Association at (202) 682-4800 for proper mounting and demounting information.
Smart Vision[TM] laser-guided bead-breaking and demounting tools completely eliminate tool-to-wheel contact for damage-free and worry-free tire and wheel handling.
Tenders are invited for Tyre Mounting And Demounting Machine
The Softprint Secure Family's adhesive system has been developed to easily and securely mount flexographic printing plates onto print cylinders or sleeves, while at the same time allowing for easy repositioning to ensure optimized placement of the printing plate, as well as easy demounting of the plate upon job completion.
Costly premature bearing failure, caused by improper-fitting, can be eliminated easily and economically by using the bearing mounting and demounting service offered by ERIKS UK.
The new hydraulics system developed with Bosch Rexroth is versatile and compact, and is accommodated within the envelope of the machine: the time and inconvenience of demounting the whole cylinder assembly during maintenance is eliminated, and improved sealing against dust enhances reliability.
Patent 6,554,949 details an innovative wafer demounting receptacle used to separate a thinned wafer from a mounting carrier.