Globally, it was launched in the year 2000 to change and minimise the rate of breakage
, which we were recording on the regular glass.
The new soft landing system is designed to fit the Sortex FAD range of Buhler optical sorters, helping to minimise the breakage of whole raspberries and ensuring maximum gentle handling of the product during the sorting process.
The trials of the new technology showed a reduction in breakage levels through the machine to less than 3 percent.
Although students might think of liabilities as unfavorable because they represent an obligation to sacrifice resources in the future, an increase in this unearned revenue account portends increased sales in the future as these cards are redeemed (or expire and contribute to increases in breakage revenue estimates).
The effect on net income of this transaction is different than a breakage transaction (in which there would be no cost of goods sold as an expense).
Each 'Sputnik' was fitted with a butterfly valve, and because the outlets are close to the gr ound, breakages
were occurring because of the temptation for operators to open and close the valves with their feet.
Primary osteoporosis is a disease of postmenopausal women and the elderly, who, due to reduced bone mass, are at substantially increased risk of bone fractures and breakages
Most lamp breakages in the food industry occur when they are being fitted or replaced.
Mercury contamination is a further risk of lamp breakages - a single fluorescent lamp can pollute 30,000 litres of water beyond safe levels of drinking.
The software takes full advantage of the Macintosh platform enabling our team to accurately determine the spatial distribution and frequency of breakages
within Greenboro's water distribution system.