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A Welsh language version, Mynediad New-ydd i Gefn Gwlad yng Nghymru, also adheres to Cymraeg Clir (Clear Welsh) guidelines setdown by Bangor University's Canolfan Bedwyr.
It also has the latest advanced version of the P&H Electrotorque Plus[R] DC digital drive control system and the electronic aids of OptiDig[TM], which prevents stalling in the bank, and Automatic Boom Soft Setdown, which guards against boom jacking and its damaging effects.
That is because it has to be made according to a rational set of criteria setdown in Europe, on the basis of evidence supplied by the company and others and in a way that is above challenge in the courts.
Another feature, automatic boom soft setdown, guards against the damaging effects of boom jacking.
Weld quality is determined by weld current, press force, and displacement, or setdown of the welding projection - all of which are easily optimized.
Mr Frost admitted that until the tragedy, Conwy had no setdown procedure for employees to follow if they noticed damage to council property.