glass seal

glass seal

[′glas ‚sēl]
(engineering)
An airtight seal made by molten glass.
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They single out one of the exhibits, an Islamic glass seal inscribed with the name of Allah set in the middle of a Christian cross of Western European make in around 800 CE.
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.
The glass seal provides a high degree of protection from severe environmental exposures such as in high-humidity applications.
Prior to actual tests, the test section was initially heated to 800[degrees]C at a heating rate of 100[degrees]C/h and held at this temperature for 1 h in an atmospheric air environment in order to melt the sodaglass ring and form the glass seal.
035", which allows the glass seal to be recessed into the housing while maintaining the same wall thickness and hole configuration, thereby eliminating the excessive thermal stress on the glass seal.
The drawback of this tight pitch is that it sometimes results in excessive stress on the glass seal because of thermal expansion.
But if the window togs up because of a broken glass seal, it's not your fault.
Originally, Magnitrol designed the probe with a glass seal that did not stand up to corrosive steam, according to product manager Bob Botwinski.
Awardees are conferred with a wall-mountable glass seal bearing the Seal of Excellence logo that symbolizes the achievement of excellence, Sarmiento furthered.
Central to the process is the invention of a molten glass seal system that locks in gas but permits the withdrawal of the ingot.
Wind resistant roofing, shutters, doors, and impact glass seal the home and can prevent wind from entering.