Backing ring | Article about backing ring by The Free Dictionary
backing ring[′bak·iŋ ‚riŋ]
A strip of metal attached at a pipe joint at the root of a weld to prevent spatter and to ensure the integrity of the weld.
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in the form of a ring, used during the welding of piping at butt joints.
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The spacing pegs located radially around the backing ring
were removed before joint set-in.
The dust seal is affixed to the backing ring
in this improved assembly, thereby allowing the hydraulic system to extract the entire assembly back from the rotor end.
Seals include Nitrile O-rings with Teflon backing rings
or several optional seal materials, including Ethylene-Propylene, Viton and Neoprene.
In service, installation takes place on the same backing rings
used with the bronze.