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Bryan Giard Phones & Addresses

  • Deerfield, NH
  • Exeter, NH
  • Plaistow, NH
  • Raymond, NH
  • Belmont, NH
  • Exeter, RI
  • Sandown, NH
  • Epping, NH
  • 31 Nancy Ln, Raymond, NH 03077 (603) 531-2336

Work

Company: A. w. chesterton company Jun 2011 to Aug 2013 Address: Groveland, MA Position: Design engineering associate

Education

Degree: High school graduate or higher

Industries

Mechanical or Industrial Engineering

Resumes

Resumes

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Design Engineering Associate At A. W. Chesterton Company

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Position:
Design Engineering Associate at A. W. Chesterton Company
Location:
Greater Boston Area
Industry:
Mechanical or Industrial Engineering
Work:
A. W. Chesterton Company - Groveland, MA since Jun 2011
Design Engineering Associate

A. W. Chesterton Company - Groveland, MA Sep 1998 - Jun 2011
Mechanical Designer

Hybricon Corporation - Ayer, MA Jan 1998 - Sep 1998
Mechanical Drafter

Publications

Us Patents

Mechanical Seal Assembly

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US Patent:
2007026, Nov 22, 2007
Filed:
May 17, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/436716
Inventors:
Bryan Giard - Raymond NH,
Assignee:
A.W. CHESTERTON COMPANY - Stoneham MA
International Classification:
F16J 15/34
US Classification:
277370
Abstract:
A split mechanical composite seal assembly for providing a seal between a rotating shaft and a static surface. The split mechanical composite seal assembly includes first and second axially adjacent annular seal elements. The first and second seal elements each include a sealing edge contacting the shaft to provide a respective seal between the first and second seal element and the shaft. A static housing receives the first and second seal elements and engages the static surface to provide a static stationary seal, while concomitantly providing a flex region that engages the seal elements to form a dynamic seal therewith. A holder assembly receives one seal element and may include a double-angled lead-in to facilitate installation of the seal element. The holder assembly may include a detent groove for receiving and retaining an O-ring disposed about the seal element. The static housing may comprise two mating segments having overlapping surfaces.
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