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gauging

[′gāj·iŋ]
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gauging

The addition of a measured quantity of material to lime mortar in order to modify its properties.
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Both Bangert and Hellmuth say their upgrades can cost just over $100,000 as long as the line has compatible die, controls, gauging system, and gravimetrics in place.
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5P With Following Compliances : Material For Gauging Members-Suitable Tool Steel As Per Is:7018 (Pt-1) Hardness 700 Hv (60 Hrc) Min, Gauging Member Shall Confirm To Is:9608 (Ra 1994) Threads To Is:4218 (Pt-3 & 4), Tolerance Clas 6H, Gauging Practice To Is:2334, Marking Packing & Other Requirements To Is: 7018 (Pt-1).
16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Global Inventory Tank Gauging Market 2014-2018" report to their offering.
If you have questions about small arms gauging, contact TACOM's Kevin Moore at DSN 793-2359/(309) 782-2359 or email:
IN ADDITION, THE FARO GAGE HAS AN EXPANDABLE LIBRARY OF GAUGING AND SOFTEHECK TOOLS, AUTOMATICALLY COLLECTS DATA AND PRODUCES REPOR TS, CAN BE OUICKLY CALlBRATED FOR A VARIETY OF PROBES, AND HAS BUILT-IN FORCE SENSORS AT THE JOINTS.