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    intended to be currently used or intended for currently use - which is better

    Hello again!

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    He makes sure that flaw detectors intended to be currently used are in perfect technical condition.

    or

    He makes sure that flaw detectors intended for current use are in perfect technical condition.

    Thank you.

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    Re: intended to be currently used or intended for currently use - which is better

    Try:

    His duty is to make sure that the flaw detectors currently used are in perfect technical operating condition.


    --lotus

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