Attachment Point

Attachment Point

The amount of money an insurer pays until the point at which supplemental insurance (which may come from another provider) begins to be paid. For example, if one purchases supplemental insurance with terms stating that coverage will begin after the policyholder's primary insurance exceeds $500,000 in claims, the attachment point is $500,000.
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Other features include: 2.5l Hydraulics LT reservoir; BioStretch hip belt and harness; specific front shove-it pocket; front Stretch compression pocket; front zipped pocket; internal keep attachment clip; internal bike specific organiser; LED light attachment point; LidLock bike helmet attachment; reflective graphics.
The M-LOK OD SLING MOUNT provides a forward attachment point for push-button OD slings.
To me these grips "weld" my hands to the pistol, providing an attachment point unattainable in anything short of a custom grip.
That threshold is known as the attachment point. As part of the approval, the board approved coinsurance rates and caps for the reinsurance programbut did not yet set an attachment point.
These products can be used with a leash that has clips at both ends; the handler can use pressure on the back attachment point to guide the dog when she's not pulling, and control her pressure on the front attachment point if she begins to pull.
It is seen that from Figure 8, Panhard Rod attachment height (B) has the largest positive effect on the roll center height (RCH) and the Trailing Arm attachment point (C) has the smallest positive effect on the roll center height (RCH).
The new model offers a one-piece handle/side plate for more weld surface exposure, creating a sturdier handle and attachment point for safety chains.
CMS ended up announcing that it had collected enough reinsurance program revenue for 2014 to cover 100 percent of the cost of catastrophic claims between the $45,000 attachment point and the $250,000 cap.
Affinity columns measure any hemoglobin that has glucose attached regardless of its attachment point or its structure because the column binds the glucose portion of the molecule.
agencies--the Department of Labor, Health & Human Services and Treasury--could eventually interpret the definition of health insurance coverage to include medical stop-loss based on attachment point levels, which could threaten the ability of some employers to self-insure--and hurt the business of medical stop-loss insurance itself.
When I purchased my 180, there was a lovely machined iPad bracket mounted to an overhead hard point where the windshield and airframe attach (an attachment point appropriate for a visor.) The eight-inch aluminum bracket was obviously custom-machined and not off the shelf.
Therefore, clinical, experimental, and computational studies have been reported the influence of surgical options such as tunnel placements or graft attachment point on the knee kinematics to result in the best outcomes after ACL reconstruction surgery [3, 4, 9].