When we're trying to “tighten” something, we tend to think about fixing the object so that it cannot move at all.
However, “tight screwing” does not necessarily mean “secure tightening. ” It is important to tighten with appropriate torque. Excessive tightening may cause deformation or breakage of parts.
Also, the user should be careful about the protrusion of the gasket due to excessive tightening. The gasket between the piping or between the lid and the container may protrude into or out of the container or piping, resulting in poor sealing performance and contamination.
In this article, we will focus on the inside protrusion of the ferrule gasket. When the ferrule was tightened with a clamp, we experimented on how much the gasket protrudes due to the tightening torque.