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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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Because of the weave of the fabric and the relining procedure, the hose can be adjusted so the bends and elbows are relined wrinkle-free and evenly--as many as five 90-degree elbows in one service line.
condition ratings D and C ) during the sewer televising program from the late 1990 s have been relined.
At this time, the three liners in the original contract represent the largest CMP pipes relined by CCCP spincasting technology in the U.
When the power level falls to the point that the melt rate or the ability to superheat can't be sustained, the inductor must be shut down and relined.
If the furnace had been shut down and relined, day melting would have been needed to maintain production, resulting in an incremental marginal cost of $15,000-$25,000.
Although "D" blast furnace continued to operate while its sister unit was being relined, the availability of iron to feed Burns Harbor's steelmaking furnaces was cut in half during the maintenance project.
Its glossy-smooth interior allows the relined pipe to carry as much or more flow than the existing host pipe, even with diameter reductions.
MaxLinerCLS minimizes the amount of digging and enables the lateral to be relined without a clean-out.
The Ultra Shorty III Track Transporter from CUES can be used with any multi-conductor system to inspect 6-inch relined to 24-inch lines with major offsets and protruding laterals.
A unique quality-tracking feature employs infrared sensors during the cure cycle to document curing data for every inch of the relined pipe and a CCTV video record of the curing process.
The ILLUMINATOR fits and is fully functional in 6-inch relined pipes or larger.
The thermal imaging sensor part of the camera system identifies voids in underground piping and also helps in locating and identifying lateral openings after a pipe has been relined.