Commissioning definition

Commissioning means the process for determining the need for and for obtaining the supply of healthcare and related services by the Trust within available resources.
Commissioning means pressing into service of the system including the plant(s), equipment(s), vessel(s), pipeline, machinery(ies), or any other section or sub-section of installation(s) pertaining to the work of the CONTRACTOR after successful testing and trial runs of the same.
Commissioning means, the System shall be considered to have been commissioned, when the entire job, including supply, configuration, successful testing of all hardware & software is executed to the satisfaction of the Purchaser.

Examples of Commissioning in a sentence

  • Coordinate commissioning activities with the Commissioning Authority.

  • Seller should have well established Installation, Commissioning, Training, Troubleshooting and Maintenance Service group in INDIA for attending the after sales service.

  • The national ICS System Design and Implementation guidance is being framed around 6 themes – Place, Provider collaboration, Leadership and governance, Commissioning, Financial framework, and Data, intelligence and analysis.

  • Landed price will be summation of Basic Price, Packing & Forwarding Charges, Excise Duty, Sales Tax, Freight, Inspection, Octroi, Supervision of Installation & Commissioning and other taxes & levies, loading etc, if any, reduced by cenvat/vat credit as applicable.

  • Decision:That consideration of this item be deferred to a special meeting of the Shadow Integrated Commissioning Board to be held on Tuesday, 9th January 2018.


More Definitions of Commissioning

Commissioning means integrated activity covered under 'Pre-commissioning Operation', 'Initial Operation', 'Trial. Operation' and carrying out 'Performance Tests'.
Commissioning means Successful operation of the Project / Works by the Contractor, for the purpose of carrying out Performance Test(s) as defined in RFS.
Commissioning means the synchronisation of the Plant after all initial adjustments, trials, cleaning, re-assembly required at site if any, have been completed and plant is ready for commercial use.
Commissioning means operation of the System or any Subsystem by the Supplier following Installation, which operation is to be carried out by the Supplier as provided in GCC Clause27.1 (Commissioning), for the purpose of carrying out Operational Acceptance Test (s).
Commissioning means operation of the Facilities or any part thereof by the Contractor following Completion, which operation is to be carried out by the Contractor as provided in GCC Sub-Clause 25.1 (Commissioning) hereof, for the purpose of carrying out Guarantee Test(s).
Commissioning means pressing into service of the system including the plant(s), equipment(s), vessel(s), pipeline, machinery(ies), or any other section or sub-section of installation(s) pertaining to the work of the CONTRACTOR after successful testing and trial runs of the same. "COMMISSIONING" can be either for a completed system or a part of system of a combination of systems or sub-systems and can be performed in any sequence as desired by EMPLOYER and in a manner established to be made suited according to availability of pre-requisites. Any such readjustments made by EMPLOYER in performance of "COMMISSIONING" activity will not be construed to be violating CONTRACT provisions and CONTRACTOR shall be deemed to have provided for the same.
Commissioning means the satisfactory operation of the plant or equipment specified herein after all necessary initial checks, adjustments, trials, cleaning and assembly required at site, if any, have been completed and the plant has been in continuous and un-restricted commercial use specified for at least thirty (30) days or as otherwise.