Kit definition

Kit means a set of components that are packaged together and intended to be used to perform a specific in vitro diagnostic examination, or a part thereof;
Kit means a combination of medical equipment and supplies used to perform one particular medical procedure which is packaged and sold as a single item.
Kit means a construction product placed on the market by a single manufacturer as a set of at least two separate components that need to be put together to be incorporated in the construction works;

Examples of Kit in a sentence

  • The Member will collect the Kit from the CNSA Office at 0000 Xxxxxxxxxx Xxx, Xxxxxxx, XX, xxxxxx written consent has been provided by the CNSA for delivery and the cost of delivery has been paid for or arranged by the Member.

  • Materials to be received, warehoused, and delivered to the booth location must be shipped by the deadlines and locations stipulated by the Xxxxxxx Exhibitor Service Kit.

  • The Member is accountable for the replacement cost of all Consumable Supplies used from the time the Member assumes custody of the Kit until it is returned to the CNSA (See Appendix B).

  • All supplies must be accounted for upon return of the Disaster Recovery Kit.

  • The Member will be invoiced by the CNSA for the cost of replacing the supplies needed to restock the Kit.


More Definitions of Kit

Kit means a product placed on the market by a single economic operator as a set of at least two separate items, none of which needs to be a product itself, intended to be incorporated together in construction works;
Kit means a set of components that are packaged together and intended to be used to perform a specific in vitro
Kit. Kit" shall mean Aspect's BIS Module Kit, as further described in Exhibit A attached hereto and made a part hereof.
Kit means equipment comprising of, inter alia, hardware and software.
Kit means any preparation to be reconstituted or combined with radionuclides in the final radiopharmaceutical, usually prior to its administration;
Kit means any or all parts of the combined materials, laboratory filter paper paper, specimen forms, Newborn Screening Program brochure, and/or other components provided by the State Newborn Screening Program for the purposes of collection of the blood spot specimen and for submission of the blood spot specimen for laboratory screening.
Kit means, collectively, at least one Molecular Beacon Probe in combination with all such other reagents and materials, not including instrumentation or associated software, as are necessary to perform an Assay.