joint ring

joint ring

[′jȯint ‚riŋ]
(design engineering)
A pipe-joint flange whose outside diameter is less than the diameter of the circle containing the connecting bolts and thus fits inside the bolts.
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Tenders are invited for Rubber Joint Ring Sponge Cord For Modified Roof To Rdso S Drg.
Investigation also shows that neither of two overseas locations, San Diego in California and Johannesburg in South Africa, which have climates and vegetation similar to much of Australia, have reported root penetration problems with rubber ring jointed PVC pipe, despite their standards having no requirement for joint ring interface pressures.
Among the local pipe joint ring manufacturers, only Skellerup's Empire Rubber Mills commenced research on the subject, having recognized the need to develop rubber formulations immune to attack.
This project is concerned with possible in situ modifications that may be carded out on vulcanized NR in the form of a pipe joint ring.
However, all drainage systems with rubber joint rings laid prior to about 1975 will have been prone to MD.
MD of NR pipe joint rings in Holland was reported by Leeflang in 1963, although it had been observed during the 1950s and as early as 1949.
Tenders are invited for Control Chamber Assembly Consisting Of Control Chamber -01 No, Studs- 4 Nos And Joint Ring -1 No To Drawing/Specification Escorts Part No.
Tenders are invited for Joint Ring For 381 Mm Cylinder.
Joint Ring - 1 No , To Drawing/Specification Escorts Part No 182 And 183 Or Similar.
However, after some reflection he realized it was not only possible but would be more efficient to produce if it was created "as if it were a series of machined joint rings, stacked one on top of the other.
Marks Metal can machine joint rings up to 176 inches in diameter on a CNC vertical boring mill.
These special joint rings adhere to American Water Works Association C-302 standards for air and water tightness and were tested to 50 psi.
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