amp;#8220;CTRL's ultrasound detectors have been an integral component to leak detection and maintenance diagnostics for organizations worldwide,” said Bob Roche, president of CTRL Systems, Inc.
What does MD stand for?
MD stands for Maintenance Diagnostic
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We have 294 other meanings of MD in our Acronym Attic
- Magical Drop (SNK game)
- Magistratsdirektion (German: municipality directorate)
- Magnetic Disk
- Magnum Dynalab (musical equipment; various locations)
- Mail Destination
- Mail Drop
- Main Deck
- Main Droite (accoridion, right hand side)
- Maintainability Demonstration
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It will also modify the existing inbound conveyor segments to accommodate alterations within the existing IAB bag room and the existing South Bag Maintenance Diagnostics System.
Although that kind of work represents less than 10 per cent of the plant's volume, Dysievick says the five-year, $674 million contract represents a "great boost to the plant" "The product that will be delivered back will be second to none for a technical advantage point of view," featuring the latest maintenance diagnostic features and security measures to protect against terrorism.
The latest improvements include remote control timing mechanisms that allow owners to set field lighting schedules from their phones or desktop computers, and maintenance diagnostic units that allow owners to determine lamp failure causes at eye level instead of at the tops of poles.
Communications and avionics equipment are also developed under HX-21's watchful eye, such as glass cockpits, electronic warfare technologies, infrared suppressors, integrated maintenance diagnostics, radar systems, electronic support measures, navigation and collision avoidance systems, and ground proximity warning systems.
RDML Bachmann mentioned that integrated maintenance diagnostics testing on Hornets dates back to 1994.
The Army recognized that oil analysis could be a valuable maintenance diagnostic tool, so it opened its first oil analysis laboratory at Fort Rucker, Alabama, in September 1961 to provide support to its expanding aeronautical fleet.