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  • Grease Fittings on RuB Ball Valves
    One of the key advantages of a ball valve over older types (such as conical plug valves, which are the traditional valve used for gas meter sets) is that the ball valve seals absolutely bubble-tight without any sealant or lubricant being required. The reason for this is that the geometry of a ball
  • Medical Device Link . Spotlight on Valves
    and versatility. Clients can create their own custom valves from the company's stock parts by specifying cartridge size, end fitting (if applicable), cracking pressure, and materials. The valves are positive sealing, quick opening, and gamma and EtO sterilizable. 1710 Ringwood Ave., San Jose, CA 95131
  • Fluid Transfer Valves
    tight shutoff was not required, butterfly and slide valves were used. As a result, beliefs were formed which may inhibit the selection of the best valve for a job. are used for throttling purposes and where positive shutoff is required, in sizes up to 6 in. Globe valves have a replaceable plug
  • Worm-gear reducers reach new heights
    a redesigned breather and textured shaft surface, letting the manufacturer offer an 18-month leak-free guarantee. An automatic centering machine measures gearbox components and guides assembly to maximize operating efficiency. This novel breather plug features a spring that prevents oil bubbles from
  • A better way to keep paint out
    Automation Div. Rochester Hills, Mich., wanted to keep the inside of its robots paint-free despite the numerous holes where wires enter or exit the robot and spray booth. Standard cord grips with gasket seals originally plugged the holes but caused problems. Installers had to remove connectors to slide
  • U.S. Patents | 2004 | A B T |
    battery contacts for fastener-driving tool, Yury Shkolnikov, Illinois Tool Works Inc. U.S. 6,786,741 (20040907), Elongated elastomeric connector and method, Carl M. Marsiglio and Robert L. Fuss, General Motors Corp. U.S. 6,786,937 (20040907), Sealing method and apparatus for a fuel cell stack, James H
  • U.S. and International Fuel Cell Patents | November 2004 | FCT |
    ), Sealing method and apparatus for a fuel cell stack, James H. Kralick, Plug Power Inc. U.S. 6,786,942 (20040907), Fuel reforming system and stopping method thereof, Hiroyuki Ichikawa, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. (JP). U.S. 6,786,950 (20040907), High purity fine metal powders and methods to produce such powder

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