penetration number

penetration number

[‚pen·ə′trā·shən ‚nəm·bər]
(engineering)
The consistency of greases, waxes, petrolatum, and asphalt or other bituminous materials expressed as the distance that a standard needle penetrates the sample under specified American Society for Testing and Materials test conditions.
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It is an easy point of entry, and we feel it will bring more consumers into the category and should drive the penetration number.
Equation [1] Penetration Number of Withdrawal Mean differ- depth staples strength Predicted ence (in.
Sales Projected Penetration Number Product Rate of Sales Credit Card 50% 4,150,000 Homeowners Policy 40% 3,320,000 Auto Policy 25% 2,075,000 Checking Account 25% 2,075,000 Liability Policy 15% 1,245,000 Equity Line of Credit 15% 1,245,000 Mortgage Life Policy 10% 830,000 Total Sales 14,940,000 Source: Based on projections by Amerin Guaranty Corp.
That's why we also provide other measures that go a step further and relate the sales and inforce data to the number of employed Americans in each state, arriving at an overall penetration number for both data," explained Gil Lowerre, president of Eastbridge.
Given that total urban population is much lower than total rural population, the urban-rural digital divide is actually more acute than what the penetration numbers portray.
Kenya has similar penetration numbers, fluctuating between three and 10 per cent depending on what report you read and whether the recent rebasing of the economy was factored in.
Rooter Plumbing also shares key performance indicators such has job averages, conversion rates, as well as market penetration numbers.
On the other hand, certain mar- kets, mainly North and sub-Saha- ran Africa, will experience more growth on the mobile side, as mo- bile penetration numbers across these markets are increasing.
For four technologies/services (server virtualization, VDI, public and private cloud services), market penetration numbers are significantly higher in India, U.
Experts are now struggling to decide what penetration numbers make up the saturation point in a market, because the penetration numbers keep going up constantly.
LIMRA surveys have indicated that one of the primary reasons that penetration numbers are so low is the fact that small company bosses simply have not been approached by producers.
If you look at the penetration numbers you will see that they range from 8.