unit assembly

unit assembly

[′yü·nət ə′sem·blē]
(industrial engineering)
Assemblage of machine parts which constitutes a complete auxiliary part of an end item, and which performs a specific auxiliary function, and which may be removed from the parent item without itself being disassembled.
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Tenders are invited for Job work of supply, erection testing and commissioning of temperature scanner unit assembly with wiring complete job for ht pumps of tembhu lis stage 1a at tembhu tal karad
During the winter cycle, steam is delivered to a heating coil within the fan section of the unit assembly. During the summer cycle steam is delivered to the absorption refrigeration unit also contained within the unit assembly.
MBN, which employs about 300 people, specialises in chassis and unit assembly, as well as in cockpit and front-end installation.
have formed a joined venture, FC + Skanska Modular, to supply Atlantic Yards B2, the country's tallest modular building and, principals note, "a pioneering development that will help advance efficient, safe and sustainable off-site construction." B2 site work began in late-2012 as FC + Skanska Modular proceeded on a 150,000-sq.-ft, unit assembly plant at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, about 1.5 miles from Atlantic Yards.
Standard features include: two-part hi-buildup epoxy finish on tank and skid; centri-clean air flow and filtration system for maximum use between service to filter, and easy access; quiet drive system with remote acoustical/baffled silencer; a skid-built unit assembly to allow remounting as one-piece unit; and a custom trailer with "V" tail cutout for cleaner dumping.
This includes an expansion of the JSF major unit assembly facility and a 4,600[m.sup.2] extension to the company's advanced forming and assembly facility (AFAF).
It also embodies Kobelco's 'unit assembly system' which optimises the transportation elements (with no individual item heavier than 45 tonnes or wider than 3 m), complying with worldwide transport regulations and greatly facilitating assembly, reconfiguration and disassembly on site.
The group now comprises Newbury-based AWS Cemgraft which provides highly complex SMT and rapid prototyping of PCBs, Bedford-based AWS Jantec which offers repair and maintenance services, AWS Electronics (Stone) in Staffordshire, another contract manufacturing service provider specialising in large unit assembly, as well as a lower-cost production facility in Slovakia, AWS Slovakia sro.
UGS PLM Software, a division of Siemens, offers new functionality in the latest release of UGS Solid Edge[TM] V20 software, which can help boost the performance of massive unit assembly designs.
Louis has received $8 million in contracts from Raytheon Missile Systems to provide complex cable assemblies and an integrated firing unit assembly for the tactical Tomahawk cruise missile.
manufacturing remains a viable option for unit assembly because the total combination of project requirements add up to competitive total cost when balanced against lead-time issues, business model preferences and support flexibility options typically found offshore.
"But, in the case of the high-volume axle drive unit assembly where cost is the key driving factor, we wanted to establish a stable process with no downtimes and reproducible high quality."