adjusting ring

adjusting ring

[ə′jəst·iŋ riŋ]
(ordnance)
Part of a fuse setter which is used to adjust the setting element on the fuse of an explosive projectile.
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Qty: 18 St 2)Machining Of Adjusting Ring To Drg No-01050592568#20 ((Note:- 01 Set=02 No) Qty: 46 St
The Manhole Adjusting Ring is light weight and will not break.
A soft cushion and soft, removable neoprene headband, an adjustable headbow, an adjusting ring, and a double joint offer superior comfort.
Tenders are invited for Adjusting Ring For Brake Unit As Per Size Od-27Mm, Id-15Mm At Other End And Id-11Mm, At One End, Thread 1.
Our rubber adjusting ring is installed under the utility casting on new construction or rehab of existing utilities, it replaces pre-cast concrete donuts or brick and mortar material It is light weight and will not break.
The adjusting rings will provide support below a road surface for the sewer-access opening.
Crites says many first-time buyers acquire the cutting/extractor to remove frames and plan to make repairs with concrete adjusting rings as they have in the past.
Ladtech mortarless manhole and catch basin adjusting rings will provide a system that will eliminate future repair work.
In 1995, Wiedrich received a patent for his invention called Ladtech Adjusting Rings.
The development of the Ladtech high-density polyethylene adjusting rings was to provide contractors, city engineers and municipalities with a comprehensive and cost effective means of correcting the inflow and infiltration problems in the chimney sections of manholes.
Ladtech mortarless manhole and catch basin adjusting rings are an excellent alternative to concrete riser rings.