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What is a fabrication or fabricated equipment?

Fabricated Equipment is defined as scientific or other complex equipment comprised of two or more individual components that are fabricated/built into a single functional unit.

Fabrication does not apply to components that are simply wired together and can be dismantled to operate separately (for example, IT components such as computers and network equipment). All components in the fabrication must function as a singular unit and be collectively disposed of at the end of the fabricated asset’s useful life.

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Asset Management and Surplus Manual, Definition of Equipment

Updated on February 26, 2020

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