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casing

1. a frame containing a door, window, or staircase
2. the outer cover of a pneumatic tyre
3. a pipe or tube used to line a hole or shaft
4. the outer shell of a steam or gas turbine

Casing

A trim member, molding, framing or lining around door and window openings which give a finished appearance. They may be flat or molded.

casing

[′kā‚siŋ]
(building construction)
A finishing member around the opening of a door or window.
(design engineering)
The outer portion of a tire assembly consisting of fabric or cord to which rubber is vulcanized.
(mechanical engineering)
A fire-resistant covering used to protect part or all of a steam generating unit.
(petroleum engineering)
A special steel tubing welded or screwed together and lowered into a borehole to prevent entry of loose rock, gas, or liquid into the borehole or to prevent loss of circulation liquid into porous, cavernous, or crevassed ground.

casing

casing, 1
1. The exposed trim molding, framing, or lining around a door or window; may be either flat or molded.
2. Finished millwork, of uniform profile, which covers pipes or encases a structural member such as a post or beam.
3. A pipe section

casing

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i. The carcass of a tire. The rubber and the fabric body of a pneumatic tire are the constituents of a casing.
ii. The covering around a compressor.
iii. The outer covering of instruments and other similar devices.
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The firms have had a long-standing strategic tie-up with Vista as the exclusive converting, sales, and service representative in the US market for ViskoTeepak s fibrous casings, Nova tubular plastic casings, and Wienie-Pak cellulose casings.
Deep Casing Tools, which has a range of tools designed to land casing and completions at target depth within oil or gas wells, has achieved significant sales growth success in western Canada during 2013.
The Kocaeli Governor's Office said in a statement on Wednesday that Turkish anti-smuggling units raided a truck in the Kartepe district of Kocaeli after a tip-off on Tuesday and found 20,500 kilograms of tank and mortar shell casings as well as automatic rifle bullet casings.
5 inch casing thereby isolating the four previously fracced stages from the rest of the wellbore.
On its actual inspection, these parcels turned out to contain half-filled casings for a kind of cigarettes in very large quantities and represented the bottom part for the original pack of cigarettes with a size of 7 x 5.
It enables casings and intermediate liners to be landed at target depth first time.
Headquartered in Wiesbaden, Germany, Kalle is one of the top five global producers of artificial casings for sausages with very strong market positions in the viscose, textile and plastic product areas.
Boyer uses different types of casings for different styles of sausage.
The value achieved by a casing is variable, depending on factors such as the current cost of the comparable new tire, the availability of the casings of that size and the condition of the casing.
Two bloodhounds led deputies from the shell casings to two apartment units at the other side of the complex, Deputy Mark Round said.
At the moment millions of phones and casings end up in landfill sites while yet more have to be taken apart in a time consuming process to reclaim useful components.
Due to the infrequent rebuild demand, many of the present rebuild repair centers may not have the patterns or castings for casings on some models.