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overhaul

[′ō·vər‚hȯl]
(engineering)
A maintenance procedure for machinery involving disassembly, the inspecting, refinishing, adjusting, and replacing of parts, and reassembly and testing.

overhaul

The movement of excavated material beyond a distance for which there are no haulage charges.

overhaul

The maintenance procedure in which an airplane, or its components, is disassembled, inspected, serviced, if necessary repaired, and restored to a condition of normal operation.
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Such an overhaul could ensure flight safety after years of use, Fu said.
- in the Osh region - there are a total of 54 facilities, including 30 schools, 2 kindergartens, 3 healthcare facilities, 3 sports complexes, 3 other facilities, 9 water supply facilities and overhaul of 4 facilities;
The depot progressively built and improved the technical expertise and infrastructure over the years and by 1983 it had overhauled 100 Su-7 aircraft.
"I can say that we are able to provide the infrastructures to overhaul the latest version of any engines within 3 to 4 months," Izadi said in Tehran.
SOURCE OF OVERHAUL FACTORY NEW (4%) FIELD (77%) FACTORY REMAN (14%) FACTORY OVERHAUL (5%) Note: Table made from pie chart.
Addressing the inaugural ceremony in PIA Engineering, Sardar Mehtab said this achievement will save PIA millions of dollars which used to be spent earlier while getting it overhauled from abroad.
Motiva has begun planning the overhaul for January of next year because that is when enough contract workers are expected to be available for the overhaul, the sources said.
Bayan Muna Representative Neri Colmenares recounted that PSALM has awarded the plant's overhaul contract to a Korean company STX Marine Service Co.
The contract to overhaul the RB211 engine for British Airways began in 1992 and to date over 1,400 RB211 engine shop visits have taken place over the 20 years.
The overhaul will provide a major boost to the local and regional economies of North-east England, as SABIC will be investing around pounds 30m on the turnaround.
Manufacturer SembCorp has appointed Darlington-based Amec as principal contractor on the overhaul of its Number 6 Boiler at the Wilton Power Station at the Wilton International site.
Airbus expected to streamline procurement in overhaul. European jetmaker Airbus is overhauling its operations as it faces problems with two of its jetliner programs.