glass seal

glass seal

[′glas ‚sēl]
(engineering)
An airtight seal made by molten glass.
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It comes with a wall mountable glass Seal of Excellence and a P100,000 cash reward that to be utilized specifically for the improvement of their compliance with the ARTA.
4-megapixel sensor combines gapless on-chip lens design and anti-reflective coating on the surface of the sensor's glass seal to dramatically improve light collection efficiency, resulting in high-sensitivity with low-noise performance and wide dynamic range.
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Each office received a glass seal bearing the Seal of Excellence and a cash reward of P100,000.
Wind resistant roofing, shutters, doors, and impact glass seal the home and can prevent wind from entering.
Although the original glass seal is intact on the base of my dish, it's not completely airtight and some deterioration of the silvering has occurred on the foot.
7 billion diode segment of the power semiconductor industry, by producing glass seal diodes, mini-melf diode and rectifiers for automotive, consumer electronics, and communication systems.
There is a 20 year warranty on the glass seal, as well as a limited lifetime warranty on the frame that protects against yellowing, warping and splitting.
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com) has developed back potted epoxy hermetic seals as fast, flexible, reliable and low-cost alternatives to expensive standard ceramic or glass seals.
Their topics include a review of the evidence for glass and faience production sites in New Kingdom Egypt, Mycenaean glass and faience beads and other objects, the design and craftsmanship of relief beads and glass seals, and color use and symbolism in Bronze Age Crete.
NLook for traces of spray paint on door handles and glass seals.