THE AMOT Metal Particle Detector (MPD) alerts operators to perform oil condition checks to determine machinery health status.
What does MP stand for?
MP stands for Metal Particle (recording technology)
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We have 204 other meanings of MP in our Acronym Attic
- Merpati Putih (Indonesian martial art)
- Merry Part (Pagan farewell)
- Meson Physics
- Message Parser
- Message Personnel (French: Personal Message)
- Message Processor
- Message Protocol
- Messenger Plus!
- Messenger Puppet (blog)
- Metacarpophalangeal (joint)
Samples in periodicals archive:
True enough, there are metal particles from hip implants that can circulate into the bloodstream.
It removes both magnetic and non-magnetic metal contaminants from a slow, downward moving column of material, reducing machine downtime and costly repairs and improving product purity, the company says, adding, "Even the smallest metal particles in molten plastic can result in a loss of production and expensive damage to extruders, injection [machinery,] and blow molding machinery.
In conventional catalysts, exposure to hot exhaust gases causes the precious metal particles to agglomerate into larger clumps, which reduces their effective surface area and catalytic activity.
The physician explained that the metal particle was just under the surface of the eyeball, and exposure to the oxygen of my eye already had begun causing a rust ring to form.
7,045,212 B2 Toyo Aluminum Kabushiki Kaisha has obtained a patent for a color metallic pigment comprised of metal particles and a single layer or multilayer coat covering the surface of each metal particle.
This superheating converts small metal particles into metal vapor.
The heavy duty cleaning and degreasing action removes ma chining lubricants, hydrocarbon soils, buffing compound and metal filings from machined castings without leaving residual films, metal particles or chips.