equipment failure

NOUN
  1. a cessation of normal operation
    there was a power breakdown
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How To Use equipment failure In A Sentence

  • An equipment failure of accident on the moon could have left the astronauts stranded.
  • These exposures are usually the result of accidents, spills, or equipment failure.
  • Lately Metro has taken a lot of heat because of persistent subway system deficiencies: lack of air conditioning in rail cars; escalator and elevator outages; and operator or equipment failures resulting in derailments and collisions -- along with injuries and fatalities. Shaping the City: Let there be light (carefully) in Metro stations
  • Construction faults, equipment failure and inadequate training of staff were given as the major causes of incidents.
  • For dozens of British servicemen, these equipment failures have been lethal. Times, Sunday Times
  • Equipment failure in rock climbing and mountaineering is extraordinarily rare.
  • The community of 35 currently get their drinking water supply from a borehole next to the pier, but over the past few years the system has been prone to equipment failure.
  • Nicolson, a successful writer but somewhat inexperienced sailor, teams up with an old salt and buddy George Fairhurst, who continually bails them out of near calamities - foul currents, fierce tides, raging winds and equipment failures.
  • Fourth , the frequency loses and the equipment failure warning.
  • After a soil fumigation in which all of the application rules were followed and no equipment failure occurred, scientists measured levels of chloropicrin in the air. they found that "Average levels over the 19-day period were 23 to 151 times higher than acceptable cancer risks. AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed
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