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What does MD stand for?
MD stands for Machinery Damage (insurance)
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- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 294 other meanings of MD in our Acronym Attic
- Mini Club Zuid Holland (Netherlands)
- Massachusetts Coastal Zone Management
- Minimum When Control Zone Effective
- Mazowieckie Centrum Zdrowia Publicznego (Polish: Warsaw Center for Public Health)
- Moto Club Zone Rouge (French: Motor Club Red Zone)
- Medical College of Zhengzhou (China)
- Air Madagascar (IATA airline code)
- Duration Magnitude (US Geological Survey; used to compute earthquake size based on shake time)
- Machine Dependent
- Machine Direction
Samples in periodicals archive:
Permanent Magnet Axial Interpole [AIP') Pulleys from Eriez provide ideal automatic removal of unwanted iron from materials conveyed on belts to prevent machinery damage and product contamination for sand, gravel, limestone, recyclables, wood products, glass culler, chemical, mining, rock products, ceramic, paper, coal handling and foundry operations.
The spokesman said the National Transmission and Distribution Company was disconnecting electricity supply to textile units intermittently causing machinery damages besides disturbance in shifts of textile workforce.
Human eyeballs, however, still play an important part in determining how well a metals shredding plant functions, affecting everything from product quality, profitability, machinery damage control and avoiding the introduction of hazardous materials.
All of the glass from the windows needs to be cleared up and we may have machinery damage,' he added.
Designed with the same dimensional envelope as its predecessors, the unit can retrofit into existing grates and traps to effectively prevent machinery damage and ensure product purity.
To minimize risk of machinery damage and fires, which are a primary danger during the start-up or shutdown phase, the best plants provide operator aids, including personal procedure cards designed to fit in a shirt pocket or printed procedures adjacent to the equipment.