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Huntington Ingalls has been awarded a maximum-value $687.09M cost and cost-plus-fixed-fee, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for early service life period work on USS Gerald R.
Navy's F/A-18 fleet under the Service Life Modification (SLM) program.
Upgrading to Hardox 500 Tuf allows the heavy-duty bucket fabricator's customers to load more and extend the service life of their equipment.
THE Duke of Cambridge warned officer cadets about the "great demands" service life places on families as he represented the Queen for the first time at the Sovereign's Parade at the Royal Military Academy in Sandhurst.
Summary: Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], June 3 (ANI): The Indian Navy has completed the "Service Life Extension Refit" of a 32-year-old ship of the Mauritius Coast Guard.
Wear is the primary cause of mud pump piston failure, and improving the wear-resisting performance of the piston-cylinder friction pair has become the key factor to improve the service life of piston.
The newest generation of StakPaks (NXO models) combines the features of existing totes with enhancements that increase efficiency in assembly operations and extend the service life of the container.
In addition, let's also define 'longterm product performance" as a product's capability to achieve its design and service life over an expected period of time in accordance with manufacturer's recommendations.
As a result the service life can be extended up to 50%.
The MagnaShear motor brake from Force Control Industries employs oil shear technology, providing longer service life even in demanding applications like the frequent start/stop cycles seen on conveyors, cranes and other material handling equipment.

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