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run out connection

Russian translation: муфта/муфтовая часть замкового соединения

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English term or phrase:run out connection
Russian translation:муфта/муфтовая часть замкового соединения
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06:32 Feb 24, 2020
English to Russian translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Petroleum Eng/Sci
English term or phrase: run out connection
Pipe Body OD & Thread Crest Die Marks

Tong marks on the pipe OD which may, upon re-cutting the pin, intrude onto the threaded area of a tapered run out connection should be assessed as indicated below.
Николай
Russian Federation
Local time: 22:34
муфта/муфтовая часть замкового соединения
Explanation:
дословно у них написано "высаженное" (run out) соединение
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3 +1муфта/муфтовая часть замкового соединения
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муфта/муфтовая часть замкового соединения


Explanation:
дословно у них написано "высаженное" (run out) соединение

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