Compromised Equipment definition

Compromised Equipment means equipment associated with a Vapor Control System that is beginning to show signs of wear beyond normal wear and tear (and cannot be addressed by cleaning the equipment). Examples include, but are not limited to, cracks or grooves in gaskets, abnormally or heavily corroded equipment, beveling or other indications of inefficient connection of the thief hatch to the tank.
Compromised Equipment means equipment associated with a Vapor Control System that is beginning to show signs of wear beyond normal wear, and that cannot be addressed by cleaning the equipment. Examples include, but are not limited to, cracks or grooves in gaskets, abnormally or heavily corroded equipment, and beveling or other indications of inefficient connection of the thief hatch to the tank.
Compromised Equipment means on-site equipment associated with a Vapor Control System that is considered beyond reasonable repair or with evidence of damage beyond normal wear and tear (which cannot be addressed by cleaning the equipment). Examples include, but are not limited to, cracks or grooves in gaskets, abnormally or heavily corroded equipment, and beveling or other indications of inefficient connection of the thief hatch to the tank.

Examples of Compromised Equipment in a sentence

  • Clean off and check PRV and thief hatch seals and gaskets for integrity, replace any Compromised Equipment, clean Flame Arrestor (replacing as appropriate) and air-intake, check and clean burner tray (replace as appropriate), check proper operation of dump valve on Separator, blow out vent lines to address liquids that may have accumulated, and perform other appropriate maintenance and inspection activities.

  • Activities identified within the DI/PM plan as being performed on a regular basis that are not a direct result of finding Compromised Equipment may not be considered “corrective action” work for purposes of this subparagraph.

  • If while evaluating the PRVs, thief hatches, mountings, and gaskets, HighPoint observes Compromised Equipment, Reliable Information, or evidence of significant staining emanating from pressure relief valves, HighPoint shall repair, replace, or upgrade such equipment, as appropriate.

  • Activities responsive to Reliable Information or Compromised Equipment are always considered “corrective action” work for purposes of this subparagraph, regardless of whether such activities were also described in the DI/PM procedures.

  • Activities identified within the DI/PM plan as being performed on a regular basis that are not a direct result of finding Reliable Information or Compromised Equipment, shall not be considered “corrective action” work for purposes of this subparagraph.

  • Activities responsive to Reliable Information or Compromised Equipment are always considered “corrective action” work for purposes of this Paragraph, regardless of whether such activities were also described in the DI/PM program procedures.

  • The DI/PM will provide that Compromised Equipment will be replaced or upgraded if found.

  • If while surveying the PRVs, thief hatches, blowdown valves, mountings, gaskets, VRUs, and control devices, EP Energy observes Compromised Equipment, Reliable Information, or evidence of significant staining emanating from pressure relief valves, EP Energy shall repair, replace, or upgrade such equipment, as appropriate.

  • Repair or replace any Compromised Equipment, perform other appropriate maintenance and inspection activities to the extent identified by EP Energy in its DI/PM program.

  • Activities identified in the DI/PM plan as being performed on a frequent and regular basis that do not include replacement of Compromised Equipment and which are not responsive to Reliable Information may not be considered “corrective action” work for purposes of this subparagraph.


More Definitions of Compromised Equipment

Compromised Equipment means equipment associated with a Vapor Control System that shows signs of wear beyond normal wear and tear (and cannot be addressed by cleaning the equipment). Examples include, but are not limited to, cracks
Compromised Equipment means equipment associated with a Vapor Control System that shows signs of wear beyond normal wear and tear (and cannot be addressed by routine maintenance such as tightening, cleaning, or lubricating the equipment) such that the equipment creates a likelihood of VOC emissions in excess of the quantity, rate, opacity or concentration specified by an applicable air quality regulation, permit condition, or Notice of Intent application. Examples include, but are not limited to, indications of inefficient connection of the thief hatch to the Storage Vessel such as cracks or grooves in gaskets, abnormally or heavily corroded equipment, and beveling of surfaces that interferes with effective sealing.
Compromised Equipment means equipment associated with a

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  • Purchased Equipment means any equipment, including any Software, sold by BT to the Customer.

  • Covered Equipment means, unless otherwise specified in a Schedule, Covered Property:

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  • Excluded Equipment means, at any date, any equipment or other assets of the Borrower or any Guarantor which is subject to, or secured by, a Capitalized Lease Obligation or a purchase money obligation if and to the extent that (i) a restriction in favor of a Person who is not Holdings or any Restricted Subsidiary of Holdings contained in the agreements or documents granting or governing such Capitalized Lease Obligation or purchase money obligation prohibits, or requires any consent or establishes any other conditions for or would result in the termination of such agreement or document because of an assignment thereof, or a grant of a security interest therein, by the Borrower or any Guarantor and (ii) such restriction relates only to the asset or assets acquired by the Borrower or any Guarantor with the proceeds of such Capitalized Lease Obligation or purchase money obligation and attachments thereto, improvements thereof or substitutions therefor; provided that all proceeds paid or payable to any of the Borrower or any Guarantor from any sale, transfer or assignment or other voluntary or involuntary disposition of such assets and all rights to receive such proceeds shall be included in the Collateral to the extent not otherwise required to be paid to the holder of any Capitalized Lease Obligations or purchase money obligations secured by such assets.

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