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remanufacturing

Rebuilding equipment to bring it back to its original state. Parts may be repaired or replaced, depending on their condition; however, the unit is typically sold as a "refurbished" unit with its original model number. The remanufactured product may actually be better than the original if parts were upgraded in the interim.
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Remanufacturing

A recycling concept by which an existing product can have its useful life extended through a secondary manufacturing or refurbishing process, such as remanufactured systems furniture.
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Washington, DC, February 07, 2019 --(PR.com)-- The Medical Imaging & Technology Alliance (MITA) today announced the release of a white paper outlining a framework for establishing the distinction between servicing and remanufacturing activities for medical imaging devices.
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