coring


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coring

(kăwr′ĭng) [ME.]
The operative removal of a plug or wedge of tissue (e.g., with a hollow surgical instrument).
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Mounted on a heavy-duty trailer with a combined weight of 6,000 pounds, the Trailicor has the heft and stability needed for even the most difficult coring jobs.
Because the goal is to reinstate the original core back into the pavement after the underground work has been completed, precision and accuracy in the initial coring operation are essential.
After initial water or shotblasting to eliminate the bulk of the shell and core, Kastech[TM] molten salt baths can within minutes remove virtually 100% of residual ceramics and coring, burned-in core sand, free surface graphite and surface scales and oxides.