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sealing

[′sēl·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
Impregnation of porous castings with resins to overcome porosity.
Reducing porosity of an anodic oxide film on aluminum and aluminum alloys by immersion in boiling water.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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In addition, solutions providing radial external sealing are difficult or even impossible to execute with this design.
The insufficient preload normally causes bearing looseness and results in a reduction in the lip interference, and thus decreased sealing performance.
Another focus of the developers at Freudenberg Sealing Technologies is the reduction of friction to achieve greater wind turbine efficiency.
Also, this new partnership will allow Trelleborg Sealing Solutions to offer seals for use in the hot section of the turbine engine up to +750 [degree sign]C.
Sealing temperature is one of the significant variables in determining seal strengths; however, the thickness of the internal layer and adhesion between the internal layers also play major roles.
Addressing the need to develop systems that can handle higher capacity, Bal Seal Engineering, Inc., a supplier of seals to the analytical equipment industry, points out that sealing products alone will not take liquid chromatography pumps to that next pressure level.
* 2 sealing surfaces within each seal, which multiplies the point of contact.
'Successful Sealing with Elastomers' is produced by the ESA's Elastomeric and Polymeric Seals Division comprising Europe's leading elastomer seals manufacturers.
The spring force and the friction of the secondary sealing element mostly determine the low-pressure closing force of the seal.
It highlights it is available to deal with customers' queries about API 682 standards and how they may affect their future sealing system decision-making.
Sealing lips are often manufactured from a nitrile rubber composite, although some seal manufacturers offer other materials variations for use with synthetic fluids or chemically aggressive lubricants.
When food is packed into trays or pots and sealed with a film, the sealing surface on the head will be shaped or profiled.