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Seals & sealing systems
More subsea success for DP Seals
After a complex 18-month development programme, DP Seals has delivered its first batch of critical components for the latest sensors designed at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton.
New Products from Drive Lines Technologies
Drive Lines Technologies Ltd, distributors of power transmission solutions, continues to introduce some great new products to the UK.Drive Lines have established themselves as partners to some of ...
Engineering a seal solution
Richard Kennison, senior design engineer at Blue Diamond, explains how the latest computer based technologies can be used to engineer a seal that is not only energy efficient but has an extended ...
Sealing parts suit corrosive fluids and high temperatures
The combination of corrosive fluids and high temperatures found in production processes utilising chemicals such as acids and amines can be destructive for sealing elements used in valves, pumps and ...
Engine seal provides CO2 savings
SKF’s Low Friction Engine Seal is said to reduce friction by up to 55%, providing CO2 savings of over 1g per kilometer. Based on an annual mileage of 14,500km, this equates to a reduction of 14.5kg/ ...
Seal material testing solution
Watertight connector suits underwater equipment
Sometimes a failed seal is not much of a problem, but for mission critical occasions a seal must not fail. So, Versaperm has a range of permeability testing instrumentation to help accurately test ...
Underwater metal detection equipment and magnetometers produced by Aquascan International are used by hobbyists, professional treasure hunters and commercial operations in deep water, and are ...
Seal solution for Western Australia’s Gorgon Project
Roxtec is undertaking a contract to supply materials to one of the world’s biggest gas developments – the Chevron-operated Gorgon Project, on Barrow Island, Western Australia. Graham O’Hare, Roxtec UK ...
Perfluoroelastomer seals withstand freeze-drying
Aggressive working conditions are faced by seals used in freezer operation.Freeze-drying processes can involve cycling temperatures in the range of -20°C to +130°C, together with solvents and/or ...
Analysing seal development
Trelleborg Sealing Solutions takes a look at why Finite Element Analysis is an essential tool when developing a seal in order to reduce development costs and ensure a better performing product for ...
Designing a solution to seal out threats
Protecting electrical equipment in the OEM sector requires a seal which cannot be breached. Graham O’Hare, UK managing director of Roxtec, comments on the demands and some of the applications in ...
A crucial aircraft component
Seals are crucial to aircraft performance, and are used in countless applications where they have to withstand the most challenging conditions. Nicolas Poussineau, global marketing leader, Aerospace –...
Connecting with a sealing solution
When it needed interfacial seals for its latest generation of high-density PCB signal connectors, Hypertac turned to DP Seals. The solution needed to ensure electrical isolation and maintain mating ...
Sealing solutions for when cleanliness is critical
To maintain the highest hygiene levels, pure, high temperature aggressive water (WFI) systems are used for the SIP (Steam in Place) and CIP (Clean in Place) processes on pharmaceutical and food ...
Filling the void with liquid gaskets
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