consumable cost

consumable cost

Administration Those necessary expenses borne by the lab or other hospital service which includes reagents, disposables, and other supplies, as well as maintenance and lease contracts. See Disposables.
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Depending on the application, controlled-force honing cuts cycle times by as much as 50 per cent, lengthens abrasive life for lower consumable cost and allows finer control of surface finish parameters.
The brochure will help the user determine cycle time, minimum consumable cost per part and greatest production stability, and the best deburring process for the user's needs.
Third, SAIT currently delivers the industry's lowest consumable cost per gigabyte, a decisive advantage in today's IT environment.
These filters needed changing twice or three times a week resulting in an on-going cartridge consumable cost of [pounds sterling]4200 p.
In addition, combined with Domino's unique ribbon auto-retraction system, which ensures less than 1mm gap between the prints on the ribbon roll, huge consumable cost savings are enjoyed thanks to minimised ribbon waste.
The use of ink makes the consumable cost per label, a fraction of the cost of printing with thermal transfer ribbons.