sealing sleeve

compression coupling

A coupling used to connect sections of hubless pipe (i.e., pipe without a hub), acid-resistant cast-iron pipe, or glass-pipe; consists of an inner elastomeric gasket and an outer metallic sleeve, with an integral bolt used to tighten and compress the seal.
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With a temperature rating of 200[degrees]C, the splice combines a nickel-plated copper crimp barrel with a separate, heat-shrinkable, transparent sealing sleeve that provides strain relief and environmental protection.
The ejector system consists of drill head, outer tube, inner tube, connector, collet and sealing sleeve. The drill head is screwed to the drill tube by means of a four-start square thread.
A melt seal is achieved directly at the gate by placing sealing sleeves around the tips: the nozzle body itself is not surrounded by melt.
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The first industrial application of memory alloys occurred in 1969, when they were used in the coupling and sealing sleeves of hydraulic pipes made by Raychem Corp.