gas-tight


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Adj.1.gas-tight - not allowing air or gas to pass in or outgas-tight - not allowing air or gas to pass in or out
tight - of such close construction as to be impermeable; "a tight roof"; "warm in our tight little house"
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Kent Fire and Rescue Service said: "Crews wearing breathing apparatus and gas-tight suits carried out a search.
The unit's jaws create stable longitudinal and cross seals, enabling gas-tight bags across a range of film materials.
Type-4 tanks are made of gas-tight thick rubber membrane.
Two lines of medical-grade thermoplastic elastomers for injection molded face masks include a deformation-resistant series of flexible masks and a series of gels that provide a gas-tight cushion for rigid ones molded from polypropylene.
They include a deformation-resistant series for flexible masks and a series of gels that provide a gas-tight cushion for rigid masks molded from PP.
Two firefighters wearing gas-tight suits entered the school, on Honey's Green Lane, and used sand to absorb the chemicals before placing materials into a sealed drum.
The MIXO modular inserts are extremely resistant to mechanical stresses (vibrations, shock and cable loads) and corrosions (gas-tight) to provide secure and stable connections.
These cores can be made gas-tight and non-stick with suitable coatings.
* The antenna is equipped with a gas-tight feed-through.
The wrapper is a PFM Mistral, equipped with a long dwell sealing system to provide high integrity gas-tight seals at elevated speeds.
Equipment for gas compression must meet more stringent safety requirements than conventional compressors, such as those used for gas-tight and compliance with ATEX Zone 1 and Zone 2 guidelines.