Unisens 4-mm sensor offers uniform sensitivity between sensors, allowing mold change-overs without recalibrating.
What does C/O stand for?
C/O stands for Change-Over
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We have 60 other meanings of C/O in our Acronym Attic
- Carrier-to-Noise power ratio
- Carton Number
- Comm/Nav Outage Forecast System
- Carrier to Noise Ratio
- Call Out
- Care of
- Carryover (funds)
- Certificate of Origin
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1 Single use solutions have revolutionized the pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical industry due to their effectiveness in reducing the risks of contamination and allowing faster change-overs.
During the change-overs Sharapova covered her legs with ice wrapped in towels.
Operator-friendly convenient features include an easy start/stop button on the back of the machine, and quick back-seal and horizontal jaw change-overs without tools.
Meanwhile, the number of letters sent daily has fallen by five million in 12 months and profits are down a third - both linked to seismic change-overs to e-mail and texting.
Quick change-overs from one job to the next are possible by our easy to use Finecut System software, which controls all system settings, from cut-path to laser power to web tension, in a single integrated control environment.
I think if we concentrate on our change-overs and make them as sweet and as sharp as they were at the Olympics, then we'll have an advantage over the Americans.
Eyeball him menacingly at change-overs, unless he looks well 'ard.