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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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The recent certification amends the approval to perform overhaul work on the baseline A350-900, which was already received in 2018.
Fu said since procedures and standards for the overhaul have been established, future overhauls on other JF-17s could be done by Pakistani personnel.
While we're most interested in the experiences with field overhauls (they ruled in the survey at 77 percent), 14 went with factory-remanufactured ones, 5 percent went with factory-overhauled engines and only 4 percent went with factory-new engines.
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.
The design/build contract is for the overhaul of the 3.5 km-long runway "Piste 2" at Henri Coanda International Airport in Bucharest-Otopeni, Romania's largest airport.
Under the terms of the agreement, Pratt & Whitney will provide engine overhaul services for 11 Transaero PW4000-112" engines, which will help the airline reduce engine overhaul costs and turnaround time thanks to the Pratt & Whitney network's extensive capabilities and value-focused, customer-tailored solutions.
2 October 2012 - US rail and transit industry supplier Wabtec Corp (NYSE:WAB) said on Tuesday it had taken over British maintenance and overhaul services provider LH Group for around USD48m (EUR37.2m).
The duration of the overhaul is expected to last around six weeks, with some more flaring expected towards the end of June when the plant is brought back on line.
The El Colono engines will be overhauled at Prime Turbines Carrollton, Texas, MRO facility.
Turnaround time is typically six weeks and shops tell us this is almost always the bottleneck in turning around engine overhauls, although obtaining some parts can also slow things down.
And Stockton-based AK Engineering Services' overhauls business is now helping companies get the very best out of their operations.
Because turbine overhauls are so expensive--think the price of a recent model used Cirrus--the value of the airframe is more tightly linked to decisions about renewing the engines.