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- adjective obsolete Suitable; fit.
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- adjective Capable of being
- adjective obsolete
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SMITH: Sure, it mounts into the bottom of the device, which one of the nice features is that every system that we have out there is retro-fittable to this.
The system also comes with a packet of all the letters of the alphabet, each provided on surfaces having a backing of a hook-and-pile material and each of the surfaces proportioned for press-fittable placement upon and within the strip on the article of clothing.
Applying leading edge LED technology it produces retro-fittable lighting fixtures designed specifically for hazardous locations, obstruction lighting, traffic and rail signalling to vastly reduce maintenance, save energy, improve safety and ease disposal.
Retro-fittable product with minimal field wiring or plant down time