dresser joint

Normandy joint

In plumbing, a joint between two unthreaded pipes which are connected by a sleeve; the ends of the sleeve are made tight by packing rings which are compressed between bolting rings and the sleeve.
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He said that after 14 consecutive quarterly losses at the 50 percent owned Komatsu Dresser joint venture, it appeared that the operation was on the verge of turning profitable.
and a number of Dresser joint venture companies, including Dresser-Rand Company, Ingersoll-Dresser Pump Company, and Bredero-Shaw.
The Komatsu Dresser joint venture (50 percent owned) contributed a $22.
downstream equipment and services and lower losses by the Komatsu Dresser joint venture.
However, the Komatsu Dresser joint venture (50 percent owned) contributed a $37.