total downtime

to·tal down·time

(tō'tăl down'tīm)
As used in EMS parlance, temporal duration from cardiac arrest to arrival in the emergency department.
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Service availability will be calculated by taking the total downtime in hours and dividing by the total available hours for the acceptance period.
The implementation was completed on schedule with less than one hour total downtime.
The normal holiday break is for seven days, but the facility is not scheduled to resume production until January 7, 2013, so it will have a total downtime of 20 days.
Total downtime was 1hr 4 mins," the company was quoted as saying in an official statement.
The total downtime per outage (including time taken to recover the data) in Europe was 10.
The total downtime of our plant was limited to about 2 weeks", said Product Manager Johan Rehnstrom.
IT managers report that planned downtime accounts for between two-thirds and three-fourths of total downtime.
His father, Jack Botkin, agrees, saying that in the nearly one year the CBI 4800 has been on the site the total downtime has been about one day.
Power costs consist of three main components: electrical energy costs, power distribution costs--capital equipment, depreciation and maintenance--and total downtime costs.
Information such as bale count by material, average bale weight, total tons baled, total bales per hour, power consumption (cost), total wire consumption (cost), total production time, non accountable downtime, accountable downtime, total downtime (cost), total hours (cost), and total tons per hour are collected and downloaded into a spreadsheet that can be printed out at a printing station linked to a standard office computing configuration.
In the past, we collected data that indicated only total downtime and a single general cause.
A key driver in companies making investments in business continuity strategies is the increasing need for greater systems availability, with organizations looking to reduce total downtime (planned and unplanned) by 53% over a four-year period (2003 to 2007).
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