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AGL Energy (AGL) notes speculation in relation to a potential sale of the Liddell Power Station, or extension of the operating life of the power station, following comments made by the Prime Minister yesterday.
Bobbin-type lithium thionyl chloride (LiSOCL2) chemistry is often preferred for remote wireless applications because it offers a high capacity and energy density, along with an annual self-discharge rate of less than 1 % per year to permit up to 40-year operating life.
Bobbin-type LiSOCl2 cells feature high energy density, high capacity, and very low self-discharge rate, permitting up to 40-year operating life for certain low power applications, including RFID asset tracking devices.
Absopulse's DRH-150 wide input range, long-life DC/DC converter for rugged industrial environments is designed for an operating life of up to 30 years.
Operating life is maximized through fewer, carefully designed internal parts with greater wear resistance.
In addition, the tests included a combination of high temperature operating life, low temperature operating life and temperature cycle tests.
This system provides data on bearing behaviour under constant radial load and varying axial loads, as well as data on operating temperatures and grease operating life.
Based on a crystal technology, the pressure sensor offers up to 20 per cent longer operating life - and is able to reduce fuel consumption by 2 per cent.
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.
All versions feature an operating life of two million cycles with repeatable performance for each cycle.
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.