static seal

static seal

[′stad·ik ′sēl]
(engineering)
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A valve diaphragm is constantly challenged since it must function as both a static seal (shell seal) and a dynamic seal (weir shutoff).
It can supply virtually any type of rotating, reciprocating, or static seal, drawing from its catalog of several hundred standard profiles, and further can engineer unique sealing solutions tailored to particular application requirements.
Six papers from Beijing Jiaotong University investigate the static seal of magnetic fluid, the properties of magnetic fluids for sensor design, and magnetic fluid dampers.
Early bearing isolators consisted of metallic components with simple pathways to act as dynamic sealing elements with 0-rings to provide a static seal on the shaft and bore housing.
The pivoting airtight, single or double panel bi-flush door with static seal can be installed with all types of panels, as all STC products are made to measure.
The axial leakage path between the floating ring and the shaft is closed by a static seal such as an O-ring 7.(Mayer, 1987)
When used for longitudinal seal it can lap seal with static seal, bead seal or provide a combination of the two.
Magnetic drive technology found in high-precision magnetically coupled pumps replaces dynamic shaft seals with a static seal between the pump and meter to eliminate leakage.
The bellow forms a flexible static seal that is leak-free, as long as the integrity of the bellows remains intact.
Garden Grove, CA, May 02, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Saint-Gobain Seals' OmniSeal[R] spring-energized anti-blowout seal has been qualified as a static seal in rocket engine check valves for the aerospace industry.
Early bearing isolators consisted of metallic components with simple pathways to act as dynamic sealing elements with orings to provide a static seal on the shaft and bore housing.