Recommissioning


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Recommissioning

Refers to the periodic retesting of building systems, using the original functional performance tests to ensure that the equipment continues to operate as designed. The purpose of recommissioning is to ensure that the facility continues to perform as expected over its useful life.
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Processing of LMZ ore may be through the currently operating flotation only circuit or the existing CIL circuit, the recommissioning of which is currently being evaluated.
The recommissioning was partly funded by South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.
The analysis then provides an estimate of the energy and energy cost savings potential for recommissioning each of the buildings.
The turbines started turning again earlier this month and yesterday Blyth Valley Mayor Gordon Knox unveiled a plaque marking the official recommissioning of the facility, which generates enough power for 2,000 homes.
Around 2,000 visitors made their way to the event to see the recommissioning of the Great Western Castle No 5043 Earl of Mount Edgcumbe, more than 40 years since it was last running.
The site, which provides enough power for half a million homes, went offline for planned work in the first half of 2008, but on recommissioning one unit suffered a failure of a new component.
The site went offline for planned work in the first half of 2008, but on recommissioning one unit suffered a failure of a new component and is now expected to be out of service until the end of the third quarter.
We now recommend the recommissioning of systems--going back and making sure they are operating per the original design intent.
Sir - Rather than complain of Doctor Who's recommissioning, Mr IA Price should write his own fantasy series.
But the line's managers still want to trace other Victoria Bridges to help with the recommissioning of the crossing, which straddles the River Severn near Arley, Worcestershire.
Friday's ceremony marked the recommissioning of test stand 1-D, a 15-story-tall stand used to test engines for Apollo moon missions and mothballed since the 1970s.
Central to this modernisation programme has been moving, re-siting and recommissioning process equipment that was previously installed in Unigate's dairy in Bournemouth following the closure of the south east plant.