takedown time

takedown time

[′tāk‚dau̇n ‚tīm]
(computer science)
The time required to take down a piece of equipment.
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To accelerate erection and takedown time, the mobile plant is factory pre-wired and pre-plumbed, and equipped with an in-truss single compartment cement silo that ships integral to the structure.
The product frees up countless hours of set-up and takedown time.
Some days include: classroom lecture, hands-on laboratory experiences, patient simulations with high definition mannikins, online or paper/pencil testing, tutoring, counseling, grading, preparation time, set-up and takedown time, and general office hours.
I designed this project to effectively demonstrate translation with minimal prep and takedown time.
They don't, for instance, look at setup and takedown time, among other things.
Absent closures or coordinated takedown time, free cash flow could continue to be under pressure.