The design, construction, and testing of a reentrant metal seal are described. The principal advantages of this seal are that it occupies a minimum cross‐section diameter, requires no special alignment of the components, does not need a large rotational torque to seal, and has a large margin of sealing force. Jackscrews are used to apply the sealing force.

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