PLD

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PLD

Abbreviation for:
partial lipodystrophy
people with learning disabilities  
percutaneous lumbar discectomy
phospholipase D
platelet defect
polycystic liver disease
posterior latissimus dorsi
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A typical fusible link detector assembly is shown in Figure 1.
There also must be a fusible link in each duct opening.
91 % of boats surveyed had range guard assemblies with fusible links not replaced in the last 6 months and/or there was less than 3" of travel.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Fire Dampers And Fusible Link
Detection and system activation is typically initiated by one or more fusible links assemblies.
Single-point fire detectors, such as glass bulbs and fusible links, are typically mounted in-cabinet above the workspace.
50% of units surveyed had not changed the range guard fusible links within the past 6 months, there wasn't at least 3" of free travel between the cable tube and the ends of the link assembly, or not all the nozzles were being maintained as per MIP 5556/004 series MRC M-2 and S-4R (MIP 5556/726 series MRC M-1, S-1, S-2 for 726 Class).
This flame-retardant, adhesive-lined polyolefin tube is designed to seal and insulate electrical splices, fusible links and other in-line electrical/electronic components.
These alloys can be used in such applications as electrical fuses, fusible links, or as holding material for the grinding of optical glass.
Their resettable functionality, coupled with unparalleled reliability, makes Bel's 0ZCx Series the ideal alternative to traditional fuses and fusible links.
The fire suppression system did not activate automatically, likely because fusible links were coated with hardened, decomposed grease, as shown in Photo 2, nor was the system manually activated by workers.
Range Guard: 70% of units surveyed have not changed the range guard fusible links within the past six months or were lacking 3" of free travel between the cable tube and the ends of the link assembly.