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Wash

Gains equal losses.

Wash

A situation in which the profit on one activity or investment equals the loss on another. When an investment is a wash, it is said to break even.
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Pressure Washer industry import/export consumption, supply and demand figures and cost price and production value gross margins are also provided.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled washers and contact GE for a free repair," the commission warned.
The three types of glassware washing we'll look at include hand washing, residential dish washers and laboratory glassware washers.
There was a fair number of typical price appeals and specials, with entry-level machines frequently pictured alongside washers selling for $1,000 or more.
be sure front and rear bearings of the washer extractor are fixed in a single housing.
Figure 10 shows the samples and hardware WIDL advances to the left of the washer in the Jamak jig that was modeled.
DOE admits that under the standards set for 2007, the price of clothes washers will rise by about $240 (more than 50 percent).
After 500 hours of further testing, followed by 2500 hours of running time, the Aurum washers displayed no sign of wear, says Mitsui Chemicals.
ChemFree technology is so much a part of the science of bioremediation that more than 90% of the world's bioremediating parts washers bear the SmartWasher brand or employ ChemFree technology.
The new, GE high-efficiency (HE) topload washer features the industry's largest capacity (five cubic feet) for toploading models while using less energy and water than a traditional washer.
The Global High Pressure Washer Industry Report 2015 is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the high pressure washer industry.
We've added LHT to our 2030 psi-class electric pressure washer systems in order to fill out our line of all electric offerings," intoned Daimer.