4 Varnish Must Be Offered For Inspection Maximum Within One Month From The Date Of Manufacture .
What does DOM stand for?
DOM stands for Date of Manufacture
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- Dollar Value
- Department of Labor & Workforce Development
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- Data Only Module (Nortel)
- Data Origin Level – Manual Input
- Data Output Message
Samples in periodicals archive:
This DOT code indicates the tire manufacturer, the tire's date of manufacture and place of origin.
Ghaith Hassan Al Zaabi, Director-General of Traffic Coordination at the Ministry of Interior, said: "The conditions and instructions for the exercise of passenger transport by bus into the territory of Saudi Arabia, specified the life span of a bus to be no more than 10 years from the date of manufacture so as to ensure road users' safety.
The 8-ounce cups are shipped 12 to a case and have a 28-day shelf life from date of manufacture.
Its PIC DATA PRO intelligent communications allows the use of a hand-held device to receive data from the light including hours of use, date of manufacture and wattage.
The design code is the last three to five letters/numbers of the date of manufacture (DOM) / lot number.
Other markings include the name of the installation company, date of manufacture and the manufacturing code.
So much depends on the date of manufacture, as they could be reproduction, but on face value I would say they are early 19th century, circa 1820-1830.