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A manual force applied passively to a joint and surrounding soft tissue at the end of the range of motion in order to determine the end feel of the tissues.
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Fike is a globally recognised supplier of products and services that protect people and critical assets from dangers such as fire, explosion, and over-pressurisation
Tests covered potential ignition sources during use such as temperatures and sparks, electrostatic discharge, adiabatic compression and over-pressurisation
The main sources of avoidable waste are misuse, leaks and over-pressurisation
. Misuse occurs because the compressed air system is easily accessible such that compressed air is used for low grade duties such as low pressure blowing, cooling, ventilation which do not generally require high pressure, clean dry air from the system.
One step to achieving all three is to look at the two major sources of avoidable waste--leaks, and over-pressurisation