normal inspection

normal inspection

[¦nȯr·məl in′spek·shən]
(industrial engineering)
The number of items inspected as specified by the sampling inspection plan at the outset; if the quality of the product improves, the number of units to be inspected is reduced; if quality deteriorates, the number of units inspected is increased.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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However, the police service has ever since the programme started said that it had taken the rifles for normal inspection."There has been a disarmament programme of police reservists going on in the county but unfortunately they are targeting those from Saku Constituency and leaving the rest from other areas," Mr Rasso told the Nation.
If the defects that cannot be discovered by means of normal inspection the purchaser shall, upon the discovery of the defect, at once give notice thereof to the seller failing which he will forfeit his right to the warranty.
'The officers had stopped the driver of the private car for normal inspection but in their alertness on duty they sensed some bhang smell,' he said.
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"NRC's inspection of Holtec has not been completed but the results will be made available following our normal inspection process," he wrote.
According to Abo Hindi, the project comprises of extending a total of 5.5km-long main and sub-lines, 830m long deep lines, constructing 15 deep inspection chambers and 263 normal inspection chambers.
Kotri Barrage's notification informed the Zamindars and all other concerned people that the canals will remain closed with effect from Dec 22, 2017, to Jan 10, 2018, for normal inspection, maintenance.
"In the normal inspection, if there is a violation, a fine of Dhs500 to Dh1,000 will be imposed for incomplete [or no] first-aid box [in worksites]," said Khalid Mohammad Sharif Al Awadhi, assistant director general for Environment, Health and Safety Control Sector.
NEC's top NIST rated facial matching technology, will be used to compare the image taken during the normal inspection process to the image stored on the traveler's e-Passport.
According to NEC, its top NIST rated facial matching technology will be used to compare the image taken during the normal inspection process to the image stored on the traveller's e-Passport.
Make the normal inspection for signs of heavy off-road use.