interfit

interfit

[′in·tər‚fit]
(engineering)
The distance extended by the ends of one bit cone into the grooves of an adjacent one in a roller cone bit. Also known as intermesh.
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Quadex also offers InterFit, a proven full main wrap (360 degrees) connection seal system and will begin offering Pipe-Robo-Tec inner pipe seals to repair cracked and offset pipe joints.
This trend suits our business and we see the potential to successfully develop and expand our Interfit service concept for industrial tires.
LED lightboards were mounted in highly diffusing "softboxes" that are commonly used in photography applications (Interfit, Interfit Photographic Limited, UK).
Everything on Club Conex and Interfit fitting systems.
Retail care companies are popping up like mushrooms (including Interfit Health, CVS/Caremark's subsidiary MinuteCare, Winn-Dixie's Wellspot Medical Clinics, and Revolution Health (the brainchild of AOL founder Steve Case).
Walgreens also has clinics in Atlanta that are operated by InterFit Health's RediClinics division and plans to add clincs to some of its stores in Las Vegas as well.
Walgreens is partnering with InterFit Health in Atlanta and Pinnacle EasyCare in Las Vegas.
But RHG has purchased companies such as MyDNA Media, which reportedly offers "health news and information" and 1-800-Schedule, which helps consumers find doctors and make appointments, along with a minority ownership in InterFit Health, an enterprise that builds economy clinics in retail sites.
It also manufactures a number of other photographic brands such as Benbo tripods and Interfit lights.
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Further evidence of the increasingly important role instore clinics are playing in the nation's health care system came late last month when Take Care Health Systems, Interfit Health's RediClinic division and CVS Corp.