component life


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component life

The life of a component in terms of time, hours in use, or a combination of both, as stipulated by the manufacturer. After this term, the component must be overhauled or discarded.
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By continuously advancing coatings technologies, the business helps customers improve environmental performance, decrease energy consumption, extend component life, improve productivity, minimize downtime, reduce operating costs and produce high-quality products.
Gas Turbine Component Life Prediction and Life Cycle Management
Molylube Ultra is specially formulated with a high-viscosity, semisynthetic, paraffinic base oil, polymers, molybdenum disulfide, and graphite lubricating solids to help maximize component life and minimize equipment downtime and repair.
The open-gear lubricant is specially formulated with a high viscosity, semi-synthetic, paraffinic base oil, polymers, molybdenum disulfide and graphite lubricating solids to help maximize component life and minimize equipment downtime and repair.
The vehicles' durability is supported by regenerative braking to extend motor brush and component life, solid state limit switches, and a mast tie-beam for maximum rigidity and stability at elevated heights.
They cover analyzing stress by diffraction methods, mechanical methods, and other methods; instrumental developments; stress gradients in thin films; local stresses in microstructures; manufacturing processes; mechanical surface treatment; welding and joining; and material loading, damage, and component life.
In addition to extending oil life through the removal of oxidation catalysts such as water, the system also works to extend component life as well.
To conserve energy, each motorized zone can be turned on only when needed, reducing noise levels and increasing component life.
As with all Corsairs' power supplies, GS Series PSUs offer class-leading voltage stability and ultra-low ripple and noise specifications, for long component life.
These solutions focus on extending drain service intervals, lengthening component life and reducing fuel costs that can add up to more than $4,000 savings annually per unit.
Performance of the current range of Accurist2 dividers has been further enhanced by the introduction of a ram and knife with more efficient oil distribution that improves operation and extends component life.
Glass optics help prevent dirt depreciation and a sealed optical system provides an IP66 ingress rating against water and dust and extends component life.
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