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Epidemiology The time at which a particular condition being studied–eg, AIDS-is first identified or diagnosed Types Delayed ZT–the condition is diagnosed by others and referred to a center where a study is being performed, and prompt ZT–if the diagnosis is established for the first time
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"The whole idea behind zero-time space is that you can occupy almost immediately and get out in as short a time as possible," explains Sims, a professor of facility planning and management in the Department of Design and Environmental Analysis.
Utilizing technology and probabilistic models, credit managers can begin to make zero-time credit decisions.
Turnkey systems include InterWet technology for coinjection of fiberglass reinforcement or fillers in the mixhead; CannOxide for the production of liquid carbon-dioxide-blown molded foams; CarDio for liquid-carbon-dioxide blown slabstock foams; Duotec for low-density SRIM and RRIM door panels; Zero-Time Change fixtures, drum units, Paternosters, Car Trak systems, and laminators for rigid and appliance foams; Stratotec for headliners; Insotec for sound absorption applications; and Capsotec for window encapsulation.
You'll pay more on the front end, since you won't have a worthy unit to turn in on exchange, but you'll be ready for a quick exchange or a zero-time overhaul in the future.
Turnkey systems include InterWet technology for coinjection of fiberglass reinforcement or fillers in the mixhead; CannOxide for the production of liquid carbondioxide-blown molded foams; CarDio for liquid-carbon-dioxide blown slabstock foams; Duotec for low-density SRIM and RRIM door panels; Zero-Time Change fixtures, drum units, Paternosters, Car Trak systems, and laminators for rigid and appliance foams; Stratotec for headliners; Insotec for sound absorption applications; and Capsotec for window encapsulation.
Turnkey systems include InterWet applications, which require fiberglass reinforcement or mixing with fillers; b2G Plus for gasketing applications; CannOxide for the production of liquid carbon dioxide blown molded foams; CarDio for liquid carbon dioxide blown slabstock foams; Duotec for low-density SRIM and RRIM door panels; Zero-Time Change fixtures, drum units, Paternosters, Car Trak systems, and laminators for rigid and appliance foams; Stratotec for headliners; Insotec for sound absorption applications and Capsotec for window encapsulation.