lantern ring

lantern ring

[′lan·tərn ‚riŋ]
(design engineering)
A ring or sleeve around a rotating shaft; an opening in the ring provides for forced feeding of oil or grease to bearing surfaces; particularly effective for pumps handling liquids.
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Ross offers many Ribbon Blenders from stock for immediate delivery as well as custom built units with an extensive selection of optional features including pneumatically-operated covers, bag dump station, lantern ring, spherical disc valve, high speed chopper, vacuum/pressure design, heating/cooling jacket, liquid spray bar, load cells and PLC Recipe System.
chosen by the Green Lantern ring, belonging to the dying alien, as a
The blender can be configured with: single or multiple charging ports located on the top of the vessel; contoured access doors on the side; double lip, lantern ring or gas/liquid shaft seals; and a paddle gate, knife gate, plug gate or universal flange at the discharge.
sanitary ribbon blender featuring 150-grit stainless steel 316 internal and external surfaces, bottom discharge extruder, lantern rings, spray bar system with atomizing nozzles, load cells and a NEMA 4X Ross SysCon control panel.
Brainiac has used the power of the Lantern Rings to miniaturise worlds, so that he can add to his demented collection of mini cities from around the galaxy.