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Centralization is the process by which the activities of an organization, particularly those regarding decision-making, become concentrated within a particular location and/or group.

In political science, this refers to the concentration of a government's power - both geographically and politically.

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Werner Beiter | Dauchingen | Deutschland | News (0 words)
Alle 4 Schützinnen schießen Beiter Scope und Beiter Centralizer, sowie Beiter Nocken.
Der Beiter Centralizer Hood ist ab sofort in allen Farben lieferbar, auch in den brandneuen "Graphit", "Lime" und "Rosé".
Der Beiter Centralizer ist ab sofort in zwei weiteren Farbvarianten lieferbar: "Rosé" und "Lime".
High angle and horizontal wellbore centralizer and method of use - Patent 5358042 (2194 words)
The centralizers include spherical rollers which extend radially outwardly from the tubing string a distance substantially equal to the distance from the tubing string to the wellbore casing.
The centralizer may be mounted on the tubing string by sliding it onto a tubing string section and then anchoring it against sliding movement in either direction by means of stop rings 18 attached to the tubing string by lock screws 20.
Centralizers 10 are positioned on the tubing string downstream and upstream from the packers and flow regulators to prevent the tubing string from sagging down and causing the packers and flow regulators to slide along the casing.
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