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fitment

Machinery an accessory attached to an assembly of parts

fitment

[′fit·mənt]
(building construction)
A decorative or functional item or component in a room that is fixed in place but not actually built in. Also known as fitting.

fitment

1. See fitting.
2. A bathroom fixture, usually built-in.
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It will also take up the issue of fitment of six more goods, including gold and precious metals, textiles, bidis and branded commodities in the tax slabs in its next meeting.
Once tax rates on services are decided, the fitment committee will meet again after a fortnight or so to decide on tax rates on goods before a full report of the panel is put up for consideration before the GST Council in its meeting in Srinagar.
The Mercedes-Benz C-Class has AEB as standard across its entire range, while the Volkswagen Golf and Nissan Qashqai also have commendable levels of standard fitment - 83 and 71 per cent.
Apart from experiencing world class tyre fitment services, the customers can avail various services that Mahindra First choice Services Ltd.
This results in exhausts that suffer in fitment when moved from one platform to another, although theoretically compatible.
Richard was commissioned by a performance tyre manufacturer co-sponsor to produce a fitment chart listing the tyres the company had released for production cars.
A session on design/virtual tire development will include talks on, "Development of a non-pneumatic wheel"; "Ranking tires for heavy truck steering feel performance using a simulation model"; "Multi-objective design problem of tire wear and visualization of its pareto solutions"; "Nonlinear, finite deformation, shell model analysis of tire structure"; and "Rim slip and bead fitment of tires: Analysis and design.
Studies show that 25% of all accidents and 60% of fatalities are caused by skidding, but if ESP fitment was pushed up from the current 24% of new cars sold in the UK to 60% it might save about 2,000 lives a year and still more people from serious and other injuries.
CAR crime could be shattered by the fitment of laminated glass to windows, which are now the most vulnerable part of a vehicle.
We have a good understanding of this segment ,and have excellent relationships with the machine makers, pouch fillers, and fitment providers.
Paddington families' groups are worried that the rail industry will suggest a fitment target date far beyond the 2010 date laid down by a public inquiry.
The TG250-LD manufactures foil laminate pouches incorporating an accurately applied polypropylene fitment to the inner layer of the pouch material, while also filling the pouches with a variety of liquid reagent products.