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reconditioning

[‚rē·kən′dish·ən·iŋ]
(engineering)
Restoration of an object to a good condition.
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Building on more than 20 years of experience in the reconditioning business each, both joint venture partners will join forces to offer IBC washing, re-bottling and laundry services as well as HDPE recycling services to the Scandinavian market.
With currently total 14 reconditioning sites operated all over Europe, MAUSER/NCG continues with the expansion of its unique capabilities in serving its customer base with the highest quality products and services along the full lifecycle management of industrial packaging.
Reconditioning or maintenance costs of a large rolling bearing typically amount to between 15% and 70% of the cost of a new bearing, depending on the extent of the reconditioning work involved.
710 million improvement and reconditioning of Kotli Dongi Khuiratta Road (Danna Gulzar Bazar to Khuiratta) from Km 905 to 2105, District Kotli.
By reconditioning valve internals like balls, gates, stems, seat-rings and trunions as well as hydraulic pistons, rams, printing rolls, engine parts amongst others, companies can enjoy cost savings that could potentially reach 80 per cent as opposed to purchasing the parts brand new," he said.
This programme will ensure quality reconditioning and reduction in down time of commercial vehicles for reconditioning and will result in low cost-of-ownership and superior performance.
has been reconditioning barrels for more than 25 years.
Eland now offers World Class reconditioning and recovery services.
Although it is estimated between 43,000 and 67,000 high school students nationally receive football-related concussions every year, opponents of the bill say the expense of record keeping and helmet reconditioning could be too high for some districts.
PackCare, the wholly-owned WasteCare subsidiary specialising in the collection, reconditioning and recycling of commercial packaging, has expanded its service to food manufacturing and processing companies following the acquisition of E Pease & Son.
for reconditioning of press cylinders without the need of a service call or reference.
Services include CAD product design, mold engineering, model making, mold reconditioning and repair, major mold modifications, digitizing, and trim/deflash tooling construction.