Working Ratio

Working Ratio

A measure of a company's ability to recover its operating expenses from its gross income in a given year. It is calculated by taking the company's total expenses, except for depreciation and debt service, and dividing them by its gross income. A ratio under 1 indicates that the company is recovering its expenses and therefore has a certain amount of financial health, while a ratio over 1 indicates the opposite.
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New employees were selected before the start of the project, one of them was working ratio from 1 February 2014, two other arises from March 1, 2014.
It can be mounted on the valve in addition to the solenoid valve, or to replace it and enables the valve to be moved precisely to follow the set point within the valves working ratio.
Production capacity of spunlaced nonwovens has been increasing along with the new facilities; however, the working ratio of the facilities remains at a low level of (55%) with an output of 71,000 tons.
The C2P Potting Dosing unit can mix and meter polyurethane or epoxy resin using formulations with a wide working ratio (up to 10:1), high viscosity, and very small outputs (0.
A CVT system varies the working ratio of two v-shaped pulleys linked by the belt, said Cocco.