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fixture

An item of personal property that becomes part of the real property.

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GU-24 base fixtures are potentially much more flexible than hard-wired fixtures, at least in theory.
Traditional fixtures pose the risk of sparking and contain dangerous chemicals such as mercury.
India Lighting Fixtures Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2018' report also analyzes the lighting fixtures market.
Other news from the conference includes an easy way to monitor screw and barrel wear without extended downtime and an innovative cooling fixture that significantly reduces cycle time.
In law, fixtures are distinguished from `chattels', or moveable things.
Britain's newest racecourse since Taunton began jump racing in September 1927 is reported to have paid around pounds 500,000 for the fixtures, which were among more than 180 slots put up for auction by the British Horseracing Board last month for the first time in history.
The second facility had a pair of two-bulb fluorescent fixtures on the ceiling and four recessed lights with 60-watt incandescent bulbs.
Since many older recessed fixtures are inherently leaky (this is how the fixture protects itself from overheating), there is a lot of heat and moisture that exits the building through these tiny holes in the winter.
By filtering the wastewater from non-fecal fixtures (sinks, lavatories, showers and washing machines) and reusing this water for flushing or other non-potable systems, the demands on both the incoming water service and the outgoing sewer service are lessened.
The older types of fixture are substituted by up-to-date fixtures what are ability to communicate with main control system.
Consider: they're performing in excess of one-billion machining operations per year at GM, so that means a lot of fixtures.
The machine has a high-speed two position turntable, which is fitted with two four-position rotating part fixtures to allow the highest work access times, by allowing parts to be picked of placed while the machine is in operation.