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Seal ring

Image Number 4 for United States Patent #5954343.

A seal ring to be disposed between two surfaces to sealingly isolate a clearance therebetween into radially inner and outer portions, the seal ring (45) comprisinig a first ridge portion (51) extending through the entire circumference on the first side (46) for sealingly contacting the first surface at a first radial position, and a second ridge portion (52) extending through the entire circumference on the second side for sealingly contacting the second surface at a second radial position different from the first radial position. The seal ring may a generally wave-shaped or S-shaped cross section or include a soft material layer on its surface. The seal ring (65) may also comprise a projection (62) extending from the inner circumference surface of the seal ring in substantially radially inner direction for elastically engaging with a member disposed in the innter circumferential portion of the seal ring.

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