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end product

[′end ‚prä·dəkt]
(physics)
The final product of a chemical or nuclear reaction or process.
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And perhaps most critically, suppliers say recyclers must set their systems up depending on which end markets they intend to serve and which end products they are striving to create.
Contaminants come in two varieties: those that pose a threat to the equipment and those that could diminish the quality of the end product.
The Petroleum Manager for the Linn Co-op, John Airy, shared the perspective of the supplier of the end product.
There are those who feel that the end product manufacturer should be the one to determine what information the ultimate consumer is given, while others feel that nonwovens as an industry would benefit from consumers knowing about--and requesting--nonwovens.
In addition, it can be used to make an equally varied number of end products.
In addition, sorting stations between a primary shredder and a secondary grinder should be in place to remove stone, block, carpet, shingles and other materials that, though unlikely to harm the grinder if they've been through a primary shredder first, still must be removed for a clean, value-added end product that can be used for mulch, compost or animal bedding," says Mike Byram, senior director of environmental solutions for Vermeer Manufacturing Co.
It's musical accompaniment, and the end product is much better,'' Edelman said.
Another consideration for contractors is creating a value-added end product instead of transporting raw wood waste.
Responding to the demands of scrap tire processors and consumers has driven equipment manufacturers to devise new types of equipment that can convert scrap tires into end products with improved quality.
But from the late 1990s to now, we are usually grinding [to make] an end product.