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Durezza: 70 ATemperature: da -20 °C a 100 °C
Sono di forma circolare, rotonda in sezione trasversale.Progettato per l'uso in una vasta gamma di applicazioni di tenuta.Comunemente fornire una pressione e tenuta fluida tra forma cilindrica, superfici sovrapposte accoppiamento e sono comunemente visti in motori, rubinetti, flange, valvole e vari cilindri.
Buone proprietà meccaniche e elevata resistenza all'usura NBR. Buona resistenza a molti oli di petrolio, grassi, fluidi idraulici, alcol, olio minerale e grasso.Buna-nitrile è vulnerabile a acetone, eteri, esteri, ozono, luce solare e agenti atmosferici e quindi non deve essere utilizzato in motori elettrici generatori di ozono, apparecchiature di saldatura o in applicazioni con esposizione alla luce UV.
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Ned Perme received his B.S. degree in communications from Springhill College in Mobile, Alabama in 1977. He continued his education in meteorology at Mississippi State University where he was certified as a broadcast meteorologist by the Department of Geoscience and Meteorology.
Perme began his television career in 1977 in Mobile, Alabama, and in 1984, found his way to Arkansas, joining the KATV Weather team as chief meteorologist. Among his many achievements, Perme is a fourteen-time recipient of the Best Weathercast Award given by the Associated Press.
In addition to his nightly weather forecasts, Ned was known for his spirited Friday Night Tailgate segments during high school football season.
"Ned’s legacy spans generations,” said KATV News Director Nick Genty. "He completed his career as the state’s most experienced television meteorologist and one of Arkansas’ most beloved TV personalities.” KATV anchorman, Chris May, tweeted, “He's the single most important and impactful figure in the history of Arkansas broadcasting.”
An accomplished pianist, Ned was awarded the Heart of Arkansas Award from the Department of Tourism, and was nominated for a regional Emmy Award in the performing arts category for writing the song “Christmastime in Arkansas Again.” As the composer, Ned also received the Edward R. Murrow Award for best Music Video. His first CD, “Songs for the Season” a collection for Christmas, raised over $50,000 for the National Kidney Foundation of Arkansas, and the American Heart Association. The Ned Perme Band still performs throughout the state.
Arkansas doesn’t have a pro team, but it feels like we do. The University of Arkansas Razorbacks are our state’s passion. In sports bars and restaurants, alike, fans show support by unabashedly “calling the Hogs” and then high fiving each other in solidarity.