tip seal

tip seal

the closure of an ampule accomplished by melting a bead of glass at the neck of the ampule.
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Tenders are invited for Supply of Tip Seal Set, Triscroll 300.
A silicone tip seal limits blood ingress into the lumen to allow easy guidewire re-insertion and maintain lead integrity.
With the markers' tinted colored barrels, users can see how they work--from the spring action to the special tip seal that helps prevent drying out.
A recently completed protect, the report (GRI-03/0123) which is available through GTI, is the application of tip seal materials to turbocharger turbine blades This project quantified the percent gain in performance from the application of tip seal materials, which in essence closed the gap between the turbine case and the blade, For large turbocharger/engine systems, the results showed that with minimal cost, the turbocharger turbine could produce between 5-7 percent more power with tip seals than without, This modest gain is oftentimes enough to make the desired difference in engine performance.
The tip seal and nozzle design reportedly promote fast material and color changes.
The tip seal is pushed up by high-pressure refrigerant, improving the wall's axial seal capability.
The Attain 4194 lead has a proprietary silicone tip seal that reduces the potential for blood flow into the body of the lead, helping maintain proper pacing stimulation after the implant.
Doug, 60, of Dunfermline, captured a pod of killer whales working together to make waves and tip seals off Antarctic ice floes before hunting them down in the water.
The clutch turned into a nightmare and the rotary engine got through carbon rotor tip seals very rapidly.
The disk acts as a "mini-manifold" in applying heat to the runners right up to the hot tip seals.
The twin rotor unit - basically two engines - suffered problems involving the rotor tip seals, which were under immense pressure.
The twin rotor unit ( basically two engines ( suffered problems involving the rotor tip seals, which were under immense pressure.