packing ring


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packing ring

[′pak·iŋ ‚riŋ]
(design engineering)
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When old packing has become hard or abrasive, it means that either the wrong packing material was used or the stuffing box is worn, causing gland water to flow outside the packing rings and not cool them properly.
The resulting heat from the flame heats the falling water, which comes in contact with the bed of packing rings where heat transfer occurs.
Ticona also used packing rings molded from PPS--this time Fortran 1140--for the new tower.
Tenders are invited for lpqcv studs & hpqcv packing rings