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mass production

mass production
Zelfstandig naamwoord
    • the production of large quantities of a standardized article (often using assembly line techniques)



    1. Mass production lowers the cost of certain goods.
    2. Mass production reduced the price of many goods.
    3. in case of replaceable light sources: using a mass production filament light source, which has been aged for at least one hour, or a mass production gas-discharge light source, which has been aged for at least 15 hours.
    4. To exploit the potential for renewable hydrogen production, bio-mass, renewable electricity and solar energy driven processes will be supported.
    5. Iran has recently announced its intention to mass produce new generation centrifuges which will require FACI carbon fibre production capabilities.
    6. Strengthening the knowledge base and developing advanced technologies for terrestrial or marine bio-mass production for applications in industrial processes and in energy production.
    7. Mass spectrometers equipped with a microfluorination ion source designed for actinides or actinide fluorides. 3B Test, Inspection and Production Equipment 3B001
    8. This will fully incorporate life cycle analysis of bio-mass production practices, transportation, and storage and market deployment of bio-products.
    9. Production shall be deemed to conform to the requirements of this Regulation if the levels measured comply with the limits prescribed in paragraph 6.1 above, with an additional allowance of + 1 dB(A) for possible mass production variations.
    10. Research into, development and demonstration of improved fuel production systems and conversion technologies for the sustainable production and supply chains of solid, liquid and gaseous fuels from bio-mass (including bio-degradable fraction of waste).
    11. While the vehicle need not be in a fully finished condition it shall be representative of production vehicles in respect of the mass of the vehicle in running order, centre of gravity and distribution of mass as declared by the manufacturer.
    12. Emissions of N2O from adipic acid, caprolactam, glyoxal and glyoxylic acid production shall be monitored using continuous emissions measurement for abated emissions and the calculation method (based on a mass balance approach (Section 2.6)) for temporary occurrences of unabated emissions.
    13. All Community producers lowered their sales prices as from 2001 in an effort to maintain or even increase their volume of sales in order to reach the critical mass of production needed to cover their fixed costs.
    14. The Convention aims at eliminating an entire category of weapons of mass destruction by prohibiting the development, production, acquisition, stockpiling, retention, transfer or use of chemical weapons by States Parties.
    15. Member States shall be authorised to pay national aid up to 50 % of the costs associated with establishing permanent crops intended for bio-mass production on set-aside land.’;