pipe train

pipe train

[′pīp ‚trān]
(engineering)
In the extrusion of plastic pipe, the entire equipment assembly used to fabricate the pipe (such as the extruder, die, cooling bath, haul-off, and cutter).
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Pipe trains seven of the 20 horses left in the prestigious race and Simon Clare, representing Coral, thinks the Wellington Wizard's scatter gun approach to the big races will result in something hitting the bulls eye this time.
Pipe trains three of the 15 entries published yesterday for the pounds 55,000-added contest run over an extended two miles.
Martin Pipe trains the dual-purpose five-year-old in Britain, but this time the gelding is running from the stable of Eddie Creighton, who looks after Pinchen's horses in Spain.