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Equipment Breakdown Coverage Analysis

Typical equipment breakdown policies describe covered equipment as electrical or mechanical equipment that utilizes or generates energy. Examples of that type of equipment are pretty easy to follow; however, most policies go on to include covered equipment as “equipment built to operate under internal pressure or vacuum other than weight of contents.”Here I’m at a loss for an example. Can you describe the types of equipment that would be referring to and what types of things could happen to them to trigger coverage under the equipment breakdown policy?

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