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What does RF stand for?

RF stands for Raised Face (flange)

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Among the possible applications are any accessible bolted joint that feature a flat or serrated sealing surface, such as round, oval, rectangular, complex and irregular flanges; raised face and flat face flanges; metal, plastic and glass-filled flanges; pump and compressor housing flanges; boiler and pressure vessel manholes and handholes, heat exchangers, miscellaneous lids, access plates and ducts, among other sealing applications.
2006) (ITV1 Two criminal orphanage raised faces closure run it can pay pair embark on to revive their old the money starring John Aretha Brown, Ray Charles, Fisher, John Hooker.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Advance Products & Systems says the Kleerband[R] Flange Protectors and Radolid[R] Protection caps protect bolts, nuts and flange faces on raised face or full face flanges in areas that are subject to the ravages of extreme corrosion conditions such as wet wells, pump stations, regulator vaults and above and below ground installations.
BLUES BROTHERS (ITV1Wales, 2am) Two criminal brothers discover the orphanage where they were raised faces closure unless the nuns who run it can pay their tax bill, so the pair embark on an urgent mission to revive their old blues band to raise the money.
The brochure says the Kleerband Flange Protectors aim to protect flange face, studs and gaskets on raised face, full face and ring joint flanges.
There is, nonetheless, a culture clash between people raised face to face with the elements and those brought up in the artificiality of the city.
The protectors are designed to protect flange face, studs and gaskets on raised face, full face and ring joint flanges in meter stations, pump stations, underground pipelines and offshore platforms.