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usable life

[¦yüz·ə·bəl ′līf]
(chemical engineering)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

pot life

1. The period of time during which a thermosetting plastic or rubber composition remains suitable for its intended use after mixing with a reaction-initiating agent; working life.
2. The length of time a paint material is useful after its original package is opened, or after catalyst or other ingredients are added; also called usable life, spreadable life.
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'In addition, VE material has a usable life well beyond 50 years.
The money enabled Middlesbrough FC Foundation, which runs the facility, to replace the existing all-weather surface that was over 10 years old and had reached the end of its usable life.
The buffeting from the elements the pier has taken over the years has left it with only around 10 to 15 years of usable life left in it - and its rate of deterioration is increasing.
"Exposure to the elements" and "constant buffeting" have left the pier in poor condition - with only 10 to 15 years of usable life left in it, and getting worse at an increasing rate.
Such applications are finding these bulk containers to be more affordable thanks to material and molding improvements that reduce production cycle times and extend the products' usable life.
It also offers extended variety of the product with highest usable life. The one million cycles at 100 per cent DOD with industry-leading roundtrip efficiency of 99.1 per cent allows practically full energy system capacity.
September 2018 460 $3,467,193 5 Bodenhamer Family Trust June 2008 105.2 $2,835,000 6 Metropolitan National Bank (#) September 2011 488.3 $2,600,000 7 Centennial Bank (**) July 2013 151.4 $602,080 8 Kendrick Family December 2007 75.2 $552,500 9 USAble Life November 2017 120 $480,000 10 USAble Life December 2017 120 $480,000 Total with smaller buys included 3,750.3 $36,556,652 (*) Funded in part with a $4 million grant from the U.S.
Batteries that have usable life remaining will be remanufactured or reused in a variety of applications by Aspire or Aceleron, with the remainder being recycled through Axion.
The programme is only applicable in cases where the savings are more than the cost of the hardware over its usable life.
Under Safaqat, eligibility is only possible when the savings are more than the cost of the hardware over its usable life. Each Safaqat deal will cost less for the end user by comparison to their pre purchase scenario.
Under Safaqat, eligibility is only possible when the savings are more than the cost of the hardware over its usable life. Each Safaqat deal will cost less for the end user by comparison to their pre-purchase scenario, said a statement from Dubai Carbon, a key provider of advisory services to facilitate the transition to a low-carbon, sustainable, green economy.