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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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Every furnace reline is different but this was the most aggressive schedule I'd seen.
Thomas Muchesko, a vice president and site manager for Gray, said the reline went smoothly because of the advance planning as well as the readiness and dedication of the crews assigned to the project.
The reline is expected to last between seven and 10 years, Scheessele said.
Aside from the reline, WCI is focusing on a $39 million upgrade of its hot strip mill that is expected to be completed in late 1996.
The problems associated with the conventional reline methods are common and continue to be experienced in most foundries today (Fig.
Once the sidewalls are filled, the machine is simply removed, cleaned and stored until the next reline.
Workers'Compensation Claims--Over seven years, no claims associated with the reline process were reported.
Increased Furnace Lining Life--An additional 600 lb of material was used in the furnace reline.
Windsor Casting Plant, Windsor, Ontario, Canada, began using a single RVIS to reline its 20-ton and 35-ton capacity furnaces in the spring of 1995.