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reconditioning

The process of restoring normal cardiovascular and neuromuscular function following injury, disease, or inactivity.
See: rehabilitation
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Dahlberg added that the Phoenix system is major step forward for the rather old-fashioned business of barrel reconditioning.
Specialties include reconditioning, conversion, and repairs to existing molds.
We were able to return over 50 obsolete or worn parts to our process after the EuroScreen Norway reconditioning.
It eliminates all the logistic baggage associated with reconditioning.
The reconditioning service provides high precision remanufacturing of holemaking tooling to ensure a longer reground tool life and more regrinds per tool.
AvestaPolarit said that the reconditioning was part of its development programme for the Tornio Works.
Rebox does a complete reconditioning to the customer's specifications.
has joined a small roster of companies that can offer comprehensive information security, reconditioning and product recycling and disposal services.
In addition to the products, the company also offers hand tape wrap machines, joint wrapper for shrink sleeves, single head cleaning machines, reconditioning cleaning machines, tape let-off stands, stationary equipment and PVC pipe trailers.
Reconditioning older UPS systems, however, could be the way out of the dilemma.
JI: One example of our expanded product offering is the Selected by Case IH program -- a company-certified selection and reconditioning process.