Lavitt, Michael O.
August 1996
Aviation Week & Space Technology;8/12/1996, Vol. 145 Issue 7, p79
Trade Publication
Looks at a series of customized, flexible, electrodeposited nickel bellows. Bellows being ideal for dynamic sealing applications; Features; Contact point.


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