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Bore Geometry and Optimum Piston Ring Performance

 

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Bore Geometry and Optimum Piston Ring Performance

Join us on Wednesday July 21, 2021 at 10:00 AM CST for Part 2 of the discussion on piston rings and cylinder bores with Ed Kiebler, Sales Manager with Rottler Manufacturing and Keith Jones, Director of Technical Sales with Total Seal Piston Rings.

 

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This is Session 2 of 2: Bore Geometry and Optimum Piston Ring Performance.

 

In this session Ed and Keith, with an assist from Lake Speed, Jr., will tackle the often overlooked topic of bore geometry.  Ed Kiebler from Rottler Manufacturing will discuss new machine design technologies and how to improve bore geometry with the latest equipment available. Keith Jones from Total Seal will discuss the importance of cylinder bore geometry to the rings.

 

If you missed the June webinar, go to www.pera.org/webinars to view Part 1 before watching Part 2.

 

 

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