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tubing

fabric in the form of a tube, used for pillowcases and some cushions; piping
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tubing

[′tüb·iŋ]
(engineering)
Material in the form of a tube, most often seamless.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

tubing

Any material in the form of a tube.
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Controlling the sizing of small-diameter, single- or multilumen medical tubing has required machine builders to scale down previous vacuum-sizing/cooling equipment, reduce water turbulence, and provide finer, more precise quantification and control of vacuum level, water temperature, and water flow (Fig 3).
Never drag tubing across surfaces such as the workshop floor, workbenches, racking or the ground.
customers can now purchase large quantities UV clear coated galvanized steel tubing. Steel Tube also added a BEWO DCH Saw that offers high speed ultra-precision cutting with end-finishing and deburring capability to augment their cut-to-length services and add additional quality elements to Steel Tube's existing finished product quality standards.
Position that second Sharpie mark on the bar section of the tubing bender just the way you did before.
* Require staff to completely trace tubing from the patient to the point or origin for verification before tubing is connected or reconnected to a patient.
You could use a hacksaw to cut the tubing, but a tubing cutter is much easier to use and results in a cleaner cut.
Ventricular CSF obtained from the shunt tubing contained 42 WBC/[mm.sup.3] (68% lymphocytes, 14% mononuclear cells, 17% atypical lymphocytes, 15% neutrophils, and 3% eosinophils), 51 mg/dL glucose, and 11 mg/dL protein and grew C.
On-line electrical conductivity measurements of the smelt layer adjacent to the floor tubing showed sudden drops in the resistivity, indicating the beginning of the molten phase.
t_x Deciding factors to consider when choosing metal tubing for mission-critical equipment
Fuel lines in early automobiles were entirely of copper tubing which was long lived and certainly posed no problems ensuing from permeability.