standard unit


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standard unit

A type unit whose unit-type code and movement characteristics are described in the type unit characteristics file.
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The Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, which conducted the data gathering and analysis on the RTU retrofit for the DOE, measured an average daily EER of 8-17 Btu/Wh for the standard unit and 12-17 for the advanced unit, with the EER increasing for both as the outdoor temperature air decreased.
Only the price of the standard unit of item must be indicated if the items are not packaged and their quantity is ascertained in the presence of the customer.
The change is partly a response to problems with contaminated heparin in 2007 and 2008, which was associated with deaths and other adverse events, and will harmonize the USP unit dose with the World Health Organization International Standard unit dose, the FDA said.
A standard unit includes blue frame, flat planar seat and back, chest strap, kneepads, footplates, front wheels, rear level glides, and gas spring lift.
These freeze dryers feature a large shelf-surface-area to footprint ratio with a standard unit measuring 127 cm (w) x 193 cm (h) x 99 cm (d).
The standard unit provides 24V DC with other output voltages available on request.
The standard condition of the device in service is locked (key-free), with the handwheel free-rotating (the standard unit is available in two sizes to suit all lever and handwheel operated valves).
The standard unit of credit is the same as for any elective course.
Completed modules weight about 60 tonnes, and a standard unit contains eight bedrooms including built-in sofa and long bed, storage and shelving.
The standard unit provides internal memory for storage of up to 700 traces, eliminating the need for a hard drive.
Q IF light is a wave of photons that can be bent by gravity, is it possible to weigh a standard unit of light?

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