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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Just make sure to discard the existing adjusting ring located in the cap of your faucet or the handle won't fit correctly when you reassemble it.
The barrel-lock ring protrusions should also point toward the muzzle, and you may need that rawhide mallet to drive it flush up against the adjusting ring.
A soft cushion and soft, removable neoprene headband, an adjustable headbow, an adjusting ring, and a double joint offer superior comfort.
patent on a pepper mill he called the "Shake N Twist." The mill incorporated a unique 3-step adjusting ring, which made selecting a milling setting more precise, and a milling mechanism, which crushed rather than ground the peppercorns, resulting in a consistently milled pepper from a mill that promised not to jam or wear out.
According to the company's grant application, Virtual Industries plans to use the grant to design and develop a prototype mold for a "rubber manhole adjusting ring" made with tire-derived crumb rubber.
If water is leaking out around the base of the handle, you may be able to fix the leak by removing the handle (Photo 1) and simply tightening the adjusting ring slightly (Figure A).
The structural steel "Clear Span" manhole adjusting ring, from Cretex Specialty Products, is available in 1/4 in.
It all started with Bill Bounds' patented 3-step adjusting ring and milling mechanism.
Company history is also included as is an illustration of the company's special adjusting ring for precise fine, medium, or coarse grinds.