clean-out

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clean-out

[ˈkliːnaʊt] Nlimpieza f

clean-out

n to give something a clean-outetw sauber machen
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If an outside clean-out is not available, LMK's VAC-A-TEE[R] can be easily installed by vacuum or hydro excavation of a small diameter hole.
working with a local operator, has developed and successfully applied a new clean-out procedure for unconventional completions which improves the process and quality of the completion.
However, there is a real opportunity for contractors to fill this role as smaller municipalities may prefer to contract the work versus purchasing another machine to complete the valve box clean-out and valve exercising.
It has decided any player making a high or so-called choke tackle around the neck runs the risk of being sin-binned or sent off and deemed dangerous clean-outs around the neck at rucks and mauls must be penalised.
Consequently, these wholesale clean-outs were bound to bring about vast changes.
To keep the clutter under control, Engelman suggests that closet clean-outs should happen seasonally, which may seem daunting but ultimately saves time and potentially money.
There were big hits going in, the clean-outs were big, but I thought we reacted well and we matched them.
It can be used in the same machinery as rubber-based hot melts--which contain agents that interfere with UV-curing--without requiring expensive, time-consuming equipment clean-outs.
But if things don't go exactly to plan there's no point having huge clean-outs or changing over your personnel either staffing or playing-wise.
The Highway Department installed clean-outs, so that future plugging can be cleaned from the road surface rather than digging up the road.
Robin has had a clean out of the foot area - similar to the clean-outs players have on their knees,'' he said.
It has developed a total system that gives special attention to clean-outs and color changes.