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Refurbish

To make clean, bright or fresh again.
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refurbish

To make fresh again without demolition and replacement of the original building; i.e., to renovate.
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The demand for aircraft refurbishing is projected to remain relatively high across the US and Canada.
The refurbishing industry finds itself in a constant state of flux and there are occasions when consumers have a difficult time accepting a second hand product or one that has gone through a bit of tinkering post an accident or even one that was returned to ecommerce merchants like Flipkart or Amazon because someone didn't want them.
According to the findings of a probe in February 2009, the roof collapsed because the support beams were burdened with excessive weight, following a e1/45.6m refurbishing programme two-and-a-half years before.
Total revenues for the aircraft refurbishing market will increase over the forecast period and will continue to be a fast-evolving market.
As Rota volunteers learn new skills and gain experience in refurbishing the computers, the organisation plans to implement its own volunteer computer training course in coming months to ensure the computers can be distributed to Rota projects across Asia as quickly as possible.
Coperion is offering refurbishing service across a full range of sizes.
"The campaign titled 'Donate Your Old PC' is aimed at collecting personal computers along with any accessories and delivering them to the Computer Refurbishing Centre of Dubai Municipality where they will be refurbished and donated to charity organisations and poor students around the world," said Abdul Reda Abu Al Hassan, Director of Rail Planning and Development at the RTA Rail Agency.
Yet, not all processing equipment lends itself equally to refurbishing. New screens and washers are not as expensive as are new cone or jaw crushers.
"Any time facility managers want to save money and maintain legacy standards, purchasing refurbished office furniture may be the best course of action," says Bill Davies, president of Davies Office Refurbishing.
More than pounds 100,000 has been spent refurbishing the building which is built in a classical style and comprises ground and four upper floors.