retaining ring


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retaining ring

n
(General Engineering) another name for circlip
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A solid bolt was added, the hammer lightened, the trigger tuned and the pin passing through the bolt retaining ring was welded into position.
The reason is possible loosening of a retaining ring on the bearing block of the pedal system.
The new catalog combines previously existing Spirolox Retaining Ring and Wave Spring series with newly released series including Hoopster Retaining Rings, Constant Section Rings, Metric Wave Springs and Small Series Wave Springs.
The series GN 743.6 Metric Sized ATEX Explosive Protective Fluid Level Sight Glasses have a body of turned aluminum, bright finish, an ESG scratch-proof glass sight glass, a stainless steel retaining ring, and a seal of FPM rubber (Viton[R]).
The TPV fan cover is overmolded onto a nylon retaining ring, consolidating parts and simplifying assembly.
The new Smalley Steel Ring Company Retaining Ring Catalog is now available.
The company says that a loose retaining ring within the transmission could enable the vehicle to roll forward despite being parked in reverse gear.
Replacing the flange and bolt that serve as the basis of all connectors currently in use is a retaining ring and positional locking cap on one tube that lock onto the cavity housing on the other tube.
During CMP, a polishing pad rotates against a wafer mounted on a ceramic base and held in a retaining ring. In addition to withstanding the polishing compound, the ring must be dimensionally stable and must not flex during polishing.
The fastening system is designed with a screw, bearing washer, retaining ring, grommet and receptacle which can be reassembled as one unit per custom specifications.
Today, Smalley Steel Ring Company is well known in the spiral retaining ring and spring business.
Casting: Using nobake molding, a foundry was casting a 5600-lb retaining ring more than 6 ft in diameter.