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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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According to the company,the 9100E series Cart Washers are fully-automatic, large-capacity, floor-loading hydro-spray mechanical washers intended for detergent solution washing, clean rinsing, thermal disinfection and drying of instruments, containers, carts, utensils and other bulk items reprocessed in healthcare decontamination departments.
Lastly, the washer is also equipped with a Delay Start program where you can postpone or set the start of washing so you can just come home with freshly-washed clothes, giving you more time for your family when you get home from work
A high-pressure washer, on the other hand, has only two wear parts: spray nozzles and valve seals.
Using the Ball Lock Washers also allows for the application of lubricant on both ends of the stud and therefore more opportunities for ample bolt load application during assembly and decreased opportunity for galling or seizing during disassembly.
You need 6 large washers the size of the one shown at right, about 2-1/2" in diameter on the outside with holes in them about 1" in diameter.
(NYSE: GE) is recalling about 62,000 front load washers after receiving more than a dozen reports of defective appliances, the U.S.
The three types of glassware washing we'll look at include hand washing, residential dish washers and laboratory glassware washers.
Centralizing most washing activities around a single washer and wash bay brings practical efficiencies and environmental benefits.
For changing loads from washer to dryer, it's recommended that the space between the washer and the tumbler be limited for easy reaching but sufficient to allow staff to turn completely.
Best Buy highlighted its tie-in with LG on a back cover: sensor side-by-side next to a large-capacity washer and dryer ("large-capacity," "super-capacity" and "super-capacity-plus" remain favored phrases in seemingly every circular, with an occasional "king-size" or "ultra-capacity" thrown in to vary the message).
To improve the comprehensiveness of its machines' washing ability, Miele, the largest worldwide manufacturer in terms of vendor market share, incorporates dual circulation pumps in its models that can shoot water into the cleaning chambers of its largest washers at 700 liters per minute.
The scale outbreak was stopped by reducing DO stage pH to 2.5 and partially opening the washing system by switching from Eop filtrate to hot water on the first wash stage of the DO washer. There was a need to better understand the cause of the scale outbreak in order to minimize higher acid, water, and energy costs associated with the solution.