plant register

plant register

a record of information about each item of plant, machinery and equipment employed by a firm. Typically a plant register will include details of: description of the particular item and its expected life; its cost and DEPRECIATION details; its location; its MAINTENANCE requirements; any special operating considerations, such as safety features and breakdown implications; details of GUARANTEES and service contracts.
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Popular favourites like lavender, iris, Philadelphus and Clematis Nelly Moser are at risk because in future each plant variety must be given a detailed scientific description - as well as being listed on an official plant register. One of the most popular daffodils in the country, Narcissus King Alfred, could also be affected.
The need for a plant register was the first step, where every piece of process and production machinery and major instrument was recorded and numbered, with its basic history logged and a maintenance programme prepared.
By 5pm, Phase 3 of the Sungai Selangor treatment plant registered zero readings for odour pollution and is now operational, while Phases 1 and 2 have been cleared for operation as of 7pm.
In terms of opacity or clearness of the air, which is used to indicate particulate matters, the Limay plant registered just 0.8 percent, with dust at only 2.4 milligrams per cubic meter (mg/Nm3).
For 9MFY2013, the Pasir Gudang plant registered an operating loss of MYR 20.7 million (9MFY2012: negative MYR 19.0 million) as compared to the Labuan plant's operating profit of MYR 47.6 million (9MFY2012: MYR 69.6 million).
Shams 1 was also the first CSP plant registered as a project under the United Nations' Clean Development Mechanism.
The Chengdu plant registered 1.3 billion renminbi, or NT$5.8 billion, in sales last year.
It will be the first CSP plant registered under the CDM and the second project registered 
for Masdar.
Jundzill's journey and collected materials have had several meanings for botany development in Lithuania: as a historical event--the expedition which explored plants in a rather large territory of Lithuania in the 19th century, materials supplied in the reports are historical sources for investigations into the history of botany, and collected plant registers are valuable floristic information for present--day botanists.