Capital Equipment definition

Capital Equipment means machinery and equipment purchased or leased, and used in this state by the purchaser or lessee primarily for manufacturing, fabricating, mining, or refining tangible personal property to be sold ultimately at retail if the machinery and equipment are essential to the integrated production process of manufacturing, fabricating, mining, or refining. Capital equipment also includes machinery and equipment used primarily to electronically transmit results retrieved by a customer of an online computerized data retrieval system.
Capital Equipment means those certain pieces of equipment described in the Project Plan: (i) that are specific to the production of the Product and (ii) that are purchased by Customer or for which Customer reimburses Lonza, including, without limitation, the related documentation regarding the design, validation, operation, calibration and maintenance of such equipment.
Capital Equipment means built-in and movable equipment used to furnish a newly constructed or rehabilitated space; it includes the first-time purchase of library books, reference material, and media to furnish a new or renovated library; it does not include supply items such as textbooks and expendable commodities; the term is further defined in the Department of Education & Early Development’s Guidelines for School Equipment Purchases, 1997 edition; . . . .

Examples of Capital Equipment in a sentence

  • Capital Equipment includes all equipment that is not permanently affixed to buildings, has a useful life greater than one year, and has a unit cost of $5000 or more; excluded are items predominantly composed of glass, rubber, cloth and equipment held for resale.

  • This should lead to Capital Equipment Selection, i.e., selection of Chillers, Pumps, Cooling Towers, AHU, FCU, Ventilation Fans, Electrical Panels, Air scrubber/Air Washer, VRV Indoor/Outdoor Units etc.

  • Schedule 6 provides a Price Matrix which determines a Designated VHA Member or Affiliate's percentage mark-up on Cost to determine the "Price" of each product delivered under this Agreement, except for Capital Equipment (distribution service fees for Capital Equipment shall be negotiated between ADA and the Designated VHA Member or Affiliate).

  • ADA shall deliver Contract Products and Noncontract Products F.O.B. destination, transportation out prepaid and absorbed, except for Capital Equipment.

  • A more scaled back go-it-alone approach would cost Alma as follows: Wages and benefits $170,000; Operating supplies 75,000; Capital Equipment 200,000; Total $445,000.


More Definitions of Capital Equipment

Capital Equipment means machinery and equipment purchased or leased, and used
Capital Equipment means those items that are non-recurring purchases costing more than
Capital Equipment. Disposable Supplies: Bruker Optics MPA (xxx.xxxxxxxxxxxx.xxx). Bruker part number: 301061 (package of 10 glass petri dishes, 94x20 mm, Xxxxxx DUROPLAN). Part number: IN312/C rotating sample cup (xxx.xxxxxxxxxxxx.xxx). Standard NIST RM8491 sugarcane bagasse (see xxxxx://xxxxxx.xxxx.xxx/view_detail.cfm?srm=8491; and xxxxx://xxxxxx.xxxx.xxx/referencelinks/view_referencelinks.cfm?srm=8491) Part number: IN312-B adaptor for glass petri dishes (xxx.xxxxxxxxxxxx.xxx).
Capital Equipment means equipment having a value greater than $5000 and a useful life of more than one year.
Capital Equipment means tangible equipment purchased for long term use by the district. For the purposes of these rules, capital equipment is a single piece of equipment and necessary attachments with a cost of more than $1,000.00 (one thousand dollars).
Capital Equipment means Equipment excluding Consumables and Information Technology Equipment, the cost of which for a single unit equals or exceeds $1,000.00 before taxes, if applicable.