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PARTS

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Part 47- 210,00 PLN; Part 48 - 360,00 PLN; Part 49 - 60,00 PLN; Part 50 - 1980.
The customer, a major producer of temperature and climate controls for the transportation industry, came to Mack Molding because the thermoformed parts experienced a high failure rate in the field.
Parts II and III require detailed information on income and expense items, respectively.
The system cuts the part into small slices by running it past a mask that has a vertical slit approximately 1/4-in.
We will look at three parts which have been tested; the first with a flow test, the second with a pressure test and the third with an optical test.
With hammers supplying the greatest burden in an auto shredder, wear parts represent a large chunk of a shredding plant's operating costs.
No matter what their resources or needs, recyclers can extend the lives of their wear parts, lower their costs and reduce their headaches.
In order to address these issues, we took a focused approach to parts marking that included the following:
In addition, we stock spare parts for legacy gear, such as the Alcatel TPX packet switch product line for X.
The new release of Trace Parts is a powerful tool that delivers convenience and time savings to users," said Linda Lokay, vice president of marketing and sales, Spatial.
He compared the new parts as being similar to the individual assignment system now in effect in the state's Supreme Court.