Production Units definition

Production Units means all units constructed for sale and occupancy by OWNER and excludes the specified number of Model Units constructed by OWNER for promotion of sales.
Production Units means product manufactured after Prototype Approval and Release to Production. Production Units do not include Prototypes or Risk Product.
Production Units means troughs, ponds, raceways, tanks, cages, pens, or similar structures which contain groups of aquaculture animals in an aquaculture establishment;

Examples of Production Units in a sentence

  • Indian Railways Unified Standard Specifications (Works and materials), Volume I & II are available for sale at the offices of General Managers and DRMs at all Zonal Railways& Production Units.

  • Indian Railways Unified Standard Specifications (Works and materials), Volume I & II are available for sale at the offices of General Managers and DRMs at all Zonal Railways & Production Units.

  • Wherever necessary, as per procurement policy of the Government, Purchaser reserves the right to order either the entire or bulk quantity from firms for such items which are reserved for procurement of entire/bulk requirements from approved sources who have been approved by RDSO, Production Units (PUs), CORE, etc.

  • All Tenders invited by Zonal Railways and Production Units, having estimated value of Rs 10 lakhs and above, shall have an option for the supplier/contractor to take payment from Railways through a letter of credit (LC) arrangement.

  • Based on the experience of RDSO, it is found necessary to provide for a simpler procedure of registration in respect of vendor approval of items transferred from the purview of Production Units (PUs) to RDSO.

  • Holding of Meetings among Ministry of Finance, Cabinet Sectt., Zonal Rlys and Production Units.

  • Section 4.51(c)(2) is replaced with Rule 4–21 (Emission Standards from Sulfuric Acid Production Units), sec- tion 120–04–2104 (Standard for Sulfuric Acid Mist), effective February 1, 1985.

  • The tenderers who are on the approved list of RDSO, Production Units (PUs), CORE, etc.

  • Cases received from all Zonal Rlys, Production Units and various Directorates of Railway Board for obtaining High Power Committee's Policy decision on ED/CD disputes.

  • Dealing with Batch Cost Reports received from Production Units and in respect of the wagons manufactured in their Railway Workshops.

More Definitions of Production Units

Production Units means mass production version of the Acquired Product including but not limited to the Equipment, related Options, Spare Parts, Consumables, supplies, software and publications in accordance with the latest Specification agreed by the parties.
Production Units means those non-Prototype ViaGrid/TM/ units accepted by the Approved Account to be used in a product.
Production Units means METROLOGIC Purchasable Product delivered after the Ship Acceptance Date, and which fully conforms with all Product Specifications; the term "Production Units" shall also apply to Alpha Units, Beta Units and Pilot Units that have been upgraded, as required, to fully conform to all Product Specifications.
Production Units shall also apply to Alpha Units, Beta Units and Pilot Units that have been upgraded, as required, to fully conform to all Product Specifications.
Production Units means the units of the Generator in the State of Punjab more particularly described in Schedule I, where the Hazardous Waste is being generated.

Related to Production Units

  • Production Unit means a facility for generation of electricity made up of a single generation unit or of an aggregation of generation units;

  • Cogeneration unit means a unit that is able to operate in cogeneration mode;

  • Generation Unit means a facility that converts a fuel or an energy resource into electrical energy.

  • Drilling unit means the area fixed for the drilling of one well by order or rule of any state or federal body having authority. If a Drilling Unit is not fixed by any such rule or order, a Drilling Unit shall be the drilling unit as established by the pattern of drilling in the Contract Area unless fixed by express agreement of the Drilling Parties.

  • Ethanol means a high octane gasoline blend stock that is used to make various grades of gasoline.

  • Gathering System means that portion of Gatherer’s pipeline system, including all appurtenances thereto, related to the provision of gathering and transportation services provided by Gatherer pursuant to this tariff.

  • Receipt Point means the receipt/inception point(s) where Crude Oil is received into the Gathering System, as such points are specified in Section II of this tariff.

  • Receipt Point(s means the receipt points set forth in Section 6 of this Toll Schedule.

  • Crude Oil means any liquid hydrocarbon mixture occurring naturally in the earth whether or not treated to render it suitable for transportation and includes:

  • Delivery Points means: (i) for natural gas transported by interstate pipelines, the city gate stations of your Utility, and (ii) for electricity, one or more points at which Company, as your agent, has arranged for the delivery of electricity to a third party (such as your Utility) for your account or at your premises.

  • CBM means Capacity Benefit Margin.

  • Pipeline means any pipe, pipes, or pipelines used for the intrastate transportation or transmission of any solid, liquid, or gaseous substance, except water.

  • Feedstock Gas means natural gas used as a raw material for its chemical properties in creating an end product.

  • LNG means liquefied natural gas.

  • Production Burdens means any royalties (including lessor’s royalties), overriding royalties, production payments, net profit interests or other similar interests that constitute a burden on, and are measured by or are payable out of, the production of Hydrocarbons or the proceeds realized from the sale or other disposition thereof (including any amounts payable to publicly traded royalty trusts), but excluding Taxes and assessments of Governmental Entities.

  • Production Area means that part of the animal feeding operation that includes the animal confinement area, the manure storage area, the raw materials storage area, and the waste containment areas. The animal confinement area includes, but is not limited to, open lots, housed lots, feedlots, confinement houses, stall barns, free stall barns, milkrooms, milking centers, egg washing or egg processing areas, areas used for the storage and disposal/treatment of mortalities, cowyards, barnyards, medication pens, walkers, animal walkways, and stables. The manure storage area includes, but is not limited to, lagoons, runoff ponds, storage sheds, stockpiles, under-house or pit storages, liquid impoundments, static piles, and composting piles. The raw materials storage area includes, but is not limited to, feed silos, and silage bunkers. The waste containment area includes, but is not limited to, settling basins and areas within berms and diversions which separate uncontaminated stormwater.

  • Delivery Point means the point(s) of connection(s) at which energy is delivered into the Grid System i.e. the Interconnection Point.

  • Pipelines means those pipelines within the Storage Facility that connect the Tanks to one another and to the receiving and delivery flanges of the Storage Facility.

  • CO2 means carbon dioxide.

  • Carbon regeneration unit means any enclosed thermal treatment device used to regenerate spent activated carbon.

  • INTER-CONNECTION POINT/ DELIVERY/ METERING POINT means a single point at 220kV or above, where the power from the Project(s) is injected into the identified ISTS Substation (including the dedicated transmission line connecting the Projects with the substation system) as specified in the RfS document. Metering shall be done at this interconnection point where the power is injected into. For interconnection with grid and metering, the WPDs shall abide by the relevant CERC/ SERC Regulations, Grid Code and Central Electricity Authority (Installation and Operation of Meters) Regulations, 2006 as amended and revised from time to time.

  • Production means a method of obtaining goods including manufacturing, assembling, processing, raising, growing, breeding, mining, extracting, harvesting, fishing, trapping, gathering, collecting, hunting and capturing.

  • Postproduction means an activity related to the finishing or duplication of a medium described in Subsection 59-12-104(54)(a).

  • Volumetric Production Payments means production payment obligations recorded as deferred revenue in accordance with GAAP, together with all undertakings and obligations in connection therewith.

  • Feedstock means a solid waste that will readily decompose during the composting process including but not limited to yard waste, agricultural waste, animal waste, food scraps, animal carcasses, raw rendering material, and mixed solid waste.

  • Diversion unit means any probation counselor who enters into