swivel joint


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swivel joint

[′swiv·əl ‚jȯint]
(design engineering)
A joint with a packed swivel that allows one part to move relative to the other.

swing joint

swing joint
A type of joint used with threaded pipe which permits motion to occur when the pipes are heated or cooled, without bending of the pipes; esp. used in riser and radiator connections.
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For exhaust systems we offer our SEC swivel joint exhaust pipe clamp and the V-clamps to replace flange connections.
That's why we build our own cylinders and swivel joints, and that's why we've standardized on Denison T6 pumps.
The Apparatus Consists Of A Cup, Heating Plate To Spectific Dimension Thermometer Clip And Test Flame Attachment With Swivel Joint For Passing Over Test Liquid Surface In The Prescribed Manner, Heating Is Controlled By Means Of Energy Regulator Fitted To The Apparatus.
Paired symmetrical platelets, which occur bilaterally in the swivel joints situated between the dorsal and anal fin rays and pterygiophores, have not been described previously in detail but their morphologies in pleuronectiforms reveal both common and taxon-specific features.
The mounting system's unique arm allows the placement of any device exactly where it needs to be, all from a single control knob which controls three swivel joints.
The StorageTech product line includes, but is not limited to, breather valves, flame arresters, fire-fighting systems, heating coils, suction heaters, and suction pipes, swivel joints and external and internal floating roofs.
Company is one of the earliest specialized manufacturers of HAMMER UNION and swivel joints in China, models ranged from FIG100-2202 and swivel joints, and are totally interchangeable with American FMC.
The company makes specialist oil and gas valves, swivel joints and well heads among other products.
Anson is based in UK, and manufactures flow line equipment, manifolds, valves, swivel joints, hammer lug unions, and wellheads.
Swivel joints pivot up to 30[degrees] in any direction to compensate for application on uneven surfaces.
The company's rotary unions and swivel joints are said to be engineered for exceptional performance, according to this four-page, four-color brochure.
The new literature also highlights accessories, which include level compensators, swivel joints, vacuum valves, fittings, and adaptors.