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rebuild

[rē′bild]
(engineering)
To restore to a condition comparable to new by disassembling the item to determine the condition of each of its component parts, and reassembling it, using serviceable, rebuilt, or new assemblies, subassemblies, and parts.

Rebuild

To build again. To make extensive structural repairs after a structure has fallen into disuse through neglect, vandalism, or natural disaster, such as fire or flood..
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Once the seed machine is provided to the customer, they, in turn, provide a machine to be rebuilt that will be exchanged with another machine in need of rebuild."
Joy Global told E&MJ that for both partial and full rebuilds it undertakes, the process begins with a pre-rebuild condition audit that includes a review of maintenance records, assessment of structures, and evaluation of component health.
Also if you have made any changes to the structure of your home, adding a conservatory or extention, you will need to include an amount for what it would cost today to rebuild it.
"Since then, Whayne has completed 400 certified rebuilds, which required 835,492 labor hours in our shops.
The rebuilding campaign is part of the His Majesty King Hamad Scheme for Dilapidated Homes, which aims to rebuild or renovate the crumbling homes of needy families.
"For about half of the heaters we rebuild, we isolate the heater and re-tube it on-site while the unit is on-line, by isolating the defective heater," said David Grimes, an Engineer at American Power Services "APS" of Erlanger, KY, a provider of heat transfer equipment services that include troubleshooting and repairing, to complete rebuilding projects.
Metso's delivery will include the complete equipment for high-consistency refining, a breast roll shaking system for wire section, a dryer section rebuild, and automation and quality control systems.
The big question then becomes: Why would planners and public officials, even with the most vested of interests, think it advisable to rebuild a city that will, given its current geographic location, most certainly be similarly destroyed again when another Katrina hits?
If courage is needed, it's the courage not to rebuild the levees as they were (thus courting the same risks), but to think strategically about hurricane levels, to evolve new standards for protection against them, and to set out the land-use coefficients of such standards.
Congress and FEMA won't rebuild the gay community in New Orleans.
Within days of Hurricane Katrina striking the Gulf Coast, National FFA President Jackie Mundt announced the Seeds of Hope fundraising effort, designed to rebuild agricultural education and FFA programs in Gulf states hard hit by Hurricane Katrina.