auxiliary equipment


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auxiliary equipment

[ȯg′zil·yə·rē ə′kwip·mənt]
(computer science)
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The product is a family of specialized controller device modules that were designed specifically to reduce auxiliary equipment costs, optimize existing space and integrate neatly into machine controls on OEM web machines and presses.
This measuring tool can detail how and what quantity of energy is used in mass-consuming areas such as melting, compressor house, ovens and ladle heating, auxiliary equipment, and molding and coremaking.
Preventing such separation is the foundation of a new blending option developed by Advanced Auxiliary Equipment Inc.
The TEM-41SS and TEM-26SS extrusion systems include the twin screw extruders coupled with AccuRate Mechatron gravimetric feeders, pelletizing systems and other auxiliary equipment. Standards for the extruders will include a mechanical torque coupling and an integrated barrel cooling system.
shipment dollars of injection, blow molding, and auxiliary equipment saw a 3.6% increase in Second Quarter 2002, compared with Second Quarter 2001.
The lead-off speaker at our Processing Conference & Workshop in Chicago at the end of this month asks an important question: "What is your old auxiliary equipment costing you?" In other words, what is it costing you not to replace it?
Extensive services include complete inspection, estimates and documentation; hydrostatic and ultrasonic testing; rotor and chamber reconditioning; hard facing and chroming: new improved chamber design for some sizes and brands; ingredient controls integration; design upgrades (e.g., dust stops, chamber hood, drives); auxiliary equipment (e.g., weigh and skip hoist conveyors, oil injection units); and availability of used and rebuilt mixers in a variety of sizes and brands.
Auxiliary equipment has been forced to keep pace with the steady advances in primary molding and extrusion machines.

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