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inspect

[in′spekt]
(industrial engineering)
To examine an object to determine whether it conforms to standards; may employ sight, hearing, touch, odor, or taste.
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In fact, Altman says that while training for other types of programs may take weeks, the training for iNspect was completed in just over a day, and he was able to deliver a level of training that ensured
Typically, requests to inspect gloves are made after pitches are thrown; Guillen would be the only Nationals player with possible knowledge of the inner workings of Donnelly's equipment.
Inspect all water connections for signs of leaks and test furnace water conductivity to ensure that the water meets the manufacturer's specifications.
In addition to issuing about 12,000 export certificates each year for produce shipped outside California, the agency inspects about 36,000 shipments coming into the county each year, mostly trucks carrying nursery stock, Deputy Commissioner Alan Laird said.
For example, property owners should inspect the plumbing, roof, gutters, windows, foundations, basements, and heating and ventilation systems on a routine and regular basis.
The Micro system for micro-o-rings and micro-seals will inspect parts with an OD from 1 mm up to 5 mm.
Inspect the casting surface for any flux leakage fields.
In keeping with these standards, q-c technicians continually inspect incoming materials - even those of long-standing vendors.
Tenders are invited for Scope of Work includes but not limited to: Yearly Maintenance - Change lubrication oils, inspect governor and carburetor linkage; Replace oil and fuel filter and inspect bases; Replace spark plugs, top off radiators; Inspect ignition coil wires, plug caps, cooling system, fan guards, clean air filters; Inspect engine gaskets, belts, hoses, clamps, shutdown devises; Test battery and record readings; Service batteries, record battery static and charging rates; Inspect engine and battery heaters, electrical safety shutdowns; Inspect units for noise, mounting bolts, brackets and connections; Check, calibrate, record AC output voltage; Inspect wiring, dampers, louvers and intakes; Wipe down outside of generator and engines; Update OEM firmware.
Before each mission, inspect the carrier, buckles and straps.
Inspect the boiler room for oil or water leaks; Examine the oil level in the air compressor or gear housing and fill if necessary with the correct lubricating oil.