Additive definition

Additive means any substance in gasoline other than gasoline but does not include approved blending components, other than lead, sodium, and phosphate components, introduced at refineries or terminals as octane or product quality enhancers in quantities of less than 1% of volume.
Additive means any substance added to Retail Marijuana Product that is not a common baking or cooking item.
Additive means a commercial product added to an on-site sewage system intended to affect the performance or aesthetics of an on-site sewage system.

Examples of Additive in a sentence

  • Bidders must submit a bid for the Base Bid and for all Additive Alternates.

  • Award of this contract will be made to the lowest responsible qualified bidder computed as follows: The lowest aggregate amount of (i) the Base Bid plus (ii) any Additive Alternate(s) which the Department elects to award.

  • Additive polynomial still allow for low-order variations in the stellar line-strength and account for possible instrumental ef- fects.

  • Modern access to AM technology implies functional and design aspect of the prototype model.Benefits of Additive Manufacturing according to [2,3,4,5,10,14] are: innovation, part consolidation, lower energy consumption, less waste, reduced time to market, lightweighting, agility of manufacturing operations.

  • Additive for Foam Concrete:- Additive for Foam Concrete shall be of manufacture approved by the Engineer-in-charge.3. Water:- Water shall be as described under-section "Concreter”.4.

More Definitions of Additive

Additive means any substance not normally consumed as food in itself and not normally used as a characteristic ingredient of food, whether or not it has nutritive value, the intentional addition of which to food for a technological purpose in the manufacture, processing, preparation, treatment, packaging, transport or storage of such food results, or may be reasonably expected to result, in it or its by-products becoming directly or indirectly a component of such foods;
Additive means substance contained in a tobacco product, its unit packet or any outside packaging with the exception of tobacco leaves and other natural or unprocessed parts of tobacco plants;
Additive means a substance, other than tobacco, that is added to a tobacco product, a unit packet or to any outside packaging;
Additive means a commercial product added to an OSS intended to affect performance or aesthetics of an OSS.
Additive means any non-marijuana derived substance added to Regulated Marijuana to achieve a specific technical and/or functional purpose during processing, storage, or packaging. Additives may be direct or indirect. Direct additives are used to impart specific technological or functional qualities. Indirect additives are not intentionally added but may be present in trace amounts as a result of processing, packaging, shipping, or storage. Botanically Derived Compounds which have been isolated or enriched and subsequently added back into cannabis products are additives.
Additive means a substance or combination of substances added to a base fluid for purposes of preparing well stimulation treatment fluid which includes, but is not limited to, an acid stimulation treatment fluid or a hydraulic fracturing fluid. An additive may, but is not required to, serve additional purposes beyond the transmission of hydraulic pressure to the geologic formation. An additive may be of any phase and includes proppants.
Additive means a substance or mixture of substances which is added to fuel in order to enhance its properties or to improve the efficiency of the energy conversion device;