Equipment may refer to:
Other articles related to "equipment":
... dangerous and expensive nature of training on heavy equipment, simulation has become a common solution across many industries ... Types of simulated equipment include cranes, mining reclaimers and construction equipment, among many others ... Such equipment simulators are intended to create a safe and cost effective alternative to training on live equipment ...
... VoIP service relies upon consistent broadband-ISP uptime and VoIP-equipment compatibility with the ISP's modem ... Though VoIP is optimized for voice, some fax equipment can be operated over VoIP, but compatibility of monitored alarm systems and other devices is less certain ...
... Personal protective equipment (PPE) refers to protective clothing, helmets, goggles, or other garment or equipment designed to protect the wearer's ... The hazards addressed by protective equipment include physical, electrical, heat, chemicals, biohazards, and airborne particulate matter ... Protective equipment may be worn for job-related occupational safety and health purposes, as well as for sports and other recreational activities ...
... According to author Ethan Gutmann, Cisco and other telecommunications equipment providers supplied the Chinese government with surveillance and Internet ... enable governments to block access to information and that it sells the same equipment in China as it sells worldwide ...
Famous quotes containing the word equipment:
“Dr. Scofields equipment, which you have just seen, radiated waves direct to Professor Houghlands laboratory. When these waves came in contact with those the professors equipment was radiating, they created the interstellar frequency, which is the death ray.”
—Joseph ODonnell, and Clifford Sanforth. Arthur Perry (Bela Lugosi)
“Biological possibility and desire are not the same as biological need. Women have childbearing equipment. For them to choose not to use the equipment is no more blocking what is instinctive than it is for a man who, muscles or no, chooses not to be a weightlifter.”
—Betty Rollin (b. 1936)
“Pop artists deal with the lowly trivia of possessions and equipment that the present generation is lugging along with it on its safari into the future.”
—J.G. (James Graham)