Components of an assembly that have been pulled from stock and readied for movement to the assembly area. [APIC]. A kit is a collection of carefully identified and controlled items used to build a module, subassembly or assembly. Kit items are usually kept in a box or bag and labeled. [SAMA].
The components of an assembly, which have been pulled from stock and packaged for use. Examples are components from which an assembly is to be produced, or a group of gaskets readied for an engine overhaul.
A number of separate Stock Keeping Units that are supplied or used as one item under its own Part Number
A package of test reagents, package insert, etc. which enable a laboratory to perform a particular test, i.e. a chlamydia kit would enable a laboratory to test for chlamydia.
1. An item containing two or more categories of material, no one of which is identifiable as the predominant constituent of the item; also designated "multimedia item." 2. A single-medium package of textual material (e.g., a "lab kit" and a set of activity cards).
This is a group of items packaged together and sold as single item. Machine parts can be grouped together in kits to be sold with a machine. These can be pre-defined or free flowing kits.
A set of textual and nontextual materials in which no one material dominates and which has a collective title. For example, a workbook that comes with flashcards, worksheets, video recording, gameboard, playing pieces, and dice.
The components of a product that have been pulled from stock and prepared for production or shipping.
A single package containing multiple memory modules: K2 = 2 modules in a kit.
1) The components of a parent item that have been pulled from stock and readied for movement to a production area. 2) A group of repair parts to be shipped with an order. Syn: kitted material, staged material.