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fer·rule

(fer'ūl),
A metal band or ring used around the crown or root of a tooth.
[corrupted through O. Fr. and Medieval L., fr. L. viriola, a small bracelet]

ferrule

(fĕr′ūl) [L. viriola, little bracelet]
A band or ring of metal applied to the end of the root or crown of a tooth to strengthen it.

fer·rule

(fer'ūl)
Metal band or ring fitted around the crown or root of a tooth for strength.
[corrupted through O. Fr. and Medieval L., fr. L. viriola, a small bracelet]
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The above information has been edited from course booklet for the British Fluid Power Association's new training course titled 'Small Bore Tubing Integrity Course--using twin ferrule compression fittings.
Make sure there is a gap between the rear of the gas cylinder and the handguard ferrule.
As mainstream and convenient as multi-piece fly rods are, there is a shortcoming: ferrule slippage.
Pharma companies should be aware that no printing or information displayed on caps or ferrules is grandfathered by the revised standard.
Type Four is based on board-to-board coupling for perpendicular connected substrates (as used for mother-to-daughter boards) which is achieved with ferrules in latchable housings, using butt coupling multilayer waveguide arrays.
A second seal is made on the long, deep surface between the ferrule and internal body taper.
The system produces ferrules with ID/OD eccentricity of 0.
WANNER INTERNATIONAL reports it has added Hydra-Cell G25 and G35 pumps to its list of models available in 316L stainless steel, with Tri-Clamp ferrules and polished internals, for sanitary applications.
Designed to work with industry-standard ferrules, the incorporation of the [1/4.
The disc can be used with tri-clamps and ferrules, and has an uninterrupted surface finish to meet FDA approvals, making it ideal for use in CIP and SIP applications.