Tests definition

Tests means and include such test or tests to be carried out on the part of the contractor as are prescribed in the contract or considered necessary by BHEL, in order to ascertain the quality, workmanship, performance and efficiency of the contractor or part there of.
Tests means the procedures listed in Schedule B as applied to the process described in Section 3.03.

Examples of Tests in a sentence

  • SP721 TESTS TO IEC 1000-4-2 STRESS LEVELS USING DIRECT CONTACT STRESS LEVELS TABLE 2C.

  • No person may be required to participate in programs developed under this subsection.(2) TESTS; DIAGNOSTIC, DIETARY AND FOLLOW−UP COUNSELING PROGRAM; FEES.

  • SP720 TESTS TO IEC 1000-4-2 STRESS LEVELS USING DIRECT CONTACT STRESS LEVELS TABLE 2B.

  • SP720 TESTS TO IEC 1000-4-2 VOLTAGE LEVELS LEVEL The 9kV level was measured (instead of 8kV) to verify the extended range level of performance, which is the limit of the test equipment.

  • SP723 TESTS TO IEC 1000-4-2 STRESS LEVELS USING DIRECT DISCHARGE STRESS LEVELS TABLE 2E.


More Definitions of Tests

Tests means, with respect to any Receivable, the procedures listed in Exhibit A with respect thereto.
Tests means the Statutory Tests and the Amortisation Test;
Tests means the tests to be carried out in accordance with the Construction Requirements or the O&M Requirements and if not expressly specified in either of the said requirements, as instructed by the Project Engineer, in accordance with this Agreement.
Tests and "Testing" means any tests required to be carried out pursuant to this Contract as set out in the Test Plan and in paragraph 5.2 of the Order Form;