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hermetic

, hermetical
sealed so as to be airtight
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he slid down the projectile, the plate of which was at once hermetically sealed.
This garment presented itself, I took it, and I left my ancient black smock, which, for a hermetic like myself, was far from being hermetically closed.
If the window had been open or even ajar, I should think nothing of it; but, no--all was hermetically sealed.
There we have stored vast quantities of food in hermetically sealed chambers.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Hermetically Sealed Compressor Suitable For Refrigerant
The machine's sealing technology produces hermetically sealed packages to protect the product.
AVX Corporation (Fountain Inn, SC) has extended its TCH Series high voltage, hermetically sealed polymer chip capacitors with the addition of a 33 [micro]F/75 V code.
Enclosed in a ceramic housing filled with inert nitrogen gas and hermetically sealed to protect the internal structure from excessive humidity and oxygen, the new hermetically sealed SMD tantalum capacitors not only exhibit the high stability, reliability, and volumetric efficiency required of oil and gas equipment, but can also withstand extreme operating temperatures for extended lifetimes.
By removing the gas ballast feature, which is significant for applications where condensable vapor removal is important, this creates a hermetically sealed pump from inlet to outlet with no moving seals and no possibility of accidental introduction of atmospheric air.
Meggitt Sensing Systems' Endevco model 2280 is a hermetically sealed, triaxial, piezoelectric charge output accelerometer with high-temperature operation to +482[degrees]C.
Airplanes in flight are hermetically sealed to prevent air from escaping.
Hermetically sealed containers used for industrial and research purposes are sometimes equipped with valves to allow testing of the vessel's integrity.