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WS-C2960XR-24PS-I 13 EACH AND WS-C2960XR-48LPD-I 5 EACH The City of Deltona requires direct advanced replacement within the first year with any equipment failure.
THE bid by Briton Ben Saunders (pictured) to become the fastest man to walk solo and unsupported to the North Pole has been halted because of equipment failure due to "appalling" ice conditions.
It's too easy to get things wrong or forget something, which could result in equipment failure.
DWP officials blamed the explosion on an equipment failure, said spokeswoman Carol Tucker.
This safety system is a clamping device that replaces the ratchet bar system and mounts around the shafts of equipment to support vertical loads in case of equipment failure.
By doing this, EAM can increase the efficiency of their assets, while decreasing the potential of lost revenue (and increased expense) caused by unplanned equipment failures.
5%), equipment failure (such as a broken gas regulator, blood pressure device, thermometer, or electrical equipment; n = 53, 22.
Poor site selection is also an issue, especially if equipment failure causes the participant to fall from the zip line.