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reline

[rē′līn]
(ordnance)
To replace a worn liner of a gun to give it the ballistics of a new weapon.
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The reline crew then worked through to the following morning to install a felt liner impregnated with a special vinylester resin, Derakane, chosen especially for its high resistance to chemicals and heat.
5 feet, said Karl Bates III, Indiana Reline chief estimator/division manager.
Bates estimates that by the end of the year, Indiana Reline will have completed approximately 15 CMP culverts in the state.
As a part of the permit application, Severstal reported that it is evaluating the future of operating its smaller "B" Blast Furnace following the reline of its larger blast furnace.
The materials can be installed while molten metal is still in the furnace, saving the cost of inductor changes, and refractory usage and production downtime can be reduced when compared to a complete reline.
OneSteel Whyalla Blast Furnace Reline, Hatch Associates Pty.
2012: Reline 660% of 8" line Longs Peak Ave west of Bowen St (mh 23 - mh 30), 270% of 8" line Bowen St south of 9th Ave (mh 204 - mh 203), 455% of 6" line west of Sunset St between Arapahoe Dr.
Both culverts were relined with Sekisui SPR PVC machine wound spiral pipe, said Karl Bates, project manager/estimator with Indiana Reline, contractor for the project.
The reline was completed on time and on budget, thanks to the work of our blast furnace, engineering and plant services teams and our partnership with our main contractor, Graycor," said Patrick G.
5 and 5 months after this incident to their normal scheduled reline time.
The pipe will be used to reline the SDCWA's Pipeline 3 and Pipeline 4.
Water Minister Bill Marmion today announced work had started to reline the main sewer in Northbridge to extend the life of the infrastructure by at least 50 years.