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Contract notice: east-eu incontinence products for their own operating life and living of the state capital stuttgart.
Their continuous development offers considerable potential that can be used to support higher loads, increase operating life and improve performance.
Operating life is maximized through fewer, carefully designed internal parts with greater wear resistance.
Q4000 electromagnetic water meter offers extended operating life and simplified maintenance--
The longer it goes the better it is in our eyes," says Brown who considers the 20-year-old plant an efficient-burning public asset operation that's only midway through its designed operating life.
From the beginning, designing machines that offer economy over the operating life of the baler has been critical to us," says Jim Cunningham, Director of Engineering.
At question is the future of Sun Valley's Bradley Landfill, which City Hall thoughtlessly granted a permit allowing the dump to increase its height by 43 feet and its acreage by 10 percent, while extending its operating life to 2007.
Q Our aluminum foundry melts in crucible furnaces and has been experiencing poor operating life from our crucibles.
With no moving parts, it is said to be virtually wear-free, ensuring a long operating life, according to the manufacturer.
The new universal motor blower doubles the operating life of traditional blowers.
Vestas provided service to the project beginning with its initial operation; this agreement extends Vestas commitment to the project through year 20 of its operating life.
Test comparisons with other products have shown that Freudenberg-NOK's SIMKO 300 seal ring offers distinct advantages over frequently used polytetrafluorethylene (PTFE) seals with regard to operating life, form stability and sealing characteristics.