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As a result of the reserve levels, Fitch's stress tests show that the GBR bonds could withstand a 72% borrower default rate in the first four years following this issuance, with 1990 senior lien resolution withstanding 100% borrower defaults in the same period.
Following the above requirements for an average NYC apartment can easily surpass $3000/unit, not withstanding the time it takes to complete the work which can lead to additional loss in rent.
Viton products are capable of withstanding temperature extremes of -40 to +400[degrees]F and are resistant to attack by the most aggressive chemicals and corrosive liquids, including concentrated nitric, sulfuric and hydrochloric acids, according to the company.
Caltrans engineers say the interchange is structurally sound, but they want to make sure the welded joints meet specifications for withstanding a major earthquake like either of the quakes that toppled the San Diego interchange in 1971 and 1994.
today introduced a reusable, ruggedized RFID (radio frequency identification) tag capable of withstanding temperature extremes and hazardous exposures common in manufacturing and material handling operations.
Viton products are said to be capable of withstanding temperature extremes of -40 to +400[degrees]F and are resistant to attack by the most aggressive chemicals and corrosive liquids, including concentrated nitric, sulfuric and hydrochloric acids, to name a few.