end use

end use

n.
The ultimate application for which a product has been designed.

end′-use′ adj.

end′ use`

(yus)
n.
the ultimate use for which something is intended or to which it is put.
[1950–55]
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These discoveries allowed wetlaid to enter some of its largest end use markets, like wallcoverings and liquid filtration.
The updated study includes size, growth and end use breakdowns of each of the roll goods and converted products markets, current and expected future penetration data and projections, breakouts of volumes by nonwoven process technology, key factors driving demand in each end use, competitor assessments and profiles, analyses of recent and expected future changes in industry structure, raw material volumes and profitability trends.
In the disposable end use category, the company's composite material sawasoft 8000 won an award.
Although nonwovens began to be used in this end use sector in the 1970's, demand for the product was relatively insignificant.
Under the proposal, propane and HFO-1234yf are listed as acceptable "in specific end uses in the refrigeration and air-conditioning sector.
The 13 bags, including technical packs, daypacks and luggage, provide lightweight durability for a variety of end uses.
These new color stylings can be used in plastic applications for end uses including cosmetics packaging, household items, design accessories, and vehicle exterior and interior trim.
Author Stephanie Pearl-McPhee is a 'Yarn Harlot' who herself is a devoted knitter: AT KNIT'S END uses opening meditations to lead into solid knitting advice ranging from tools and tricks to handling common challenges, culminating in a line or two of sage advice.
Technologies, raw materials, applications, consumption, projections, prices, suppliers and end uses are fully investigated.
The machine, the first producer of liquid packaging board for aseptic end uses in China, will be completed during the second half of 2006.
During the first year, the focus will be on developing existing and new recycling processes and on expanding the range of commercially viable end uses.