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↓ Inflatable Seals (English)
Inflatable seals are tubular elastomer seals which are activated by internal pressurization. Inflatable seals are used wherever reliable sealing of access to plants, containers or rooms is demanded. They represent a technically improved alternative to the known contact pressure seals. The wide range of high-pressure and low pressure seals and the numerous elastomer materials offer the designer potential solutions to an enormous variety of applications. Inflatable seals can be easily adapted to the form of the surface to be sealed, and are therefore generally manufactured to the customer’s drawings. We are naturally most willing to advise you on your own draft designs.
↓ Hydraulic Seals (English)
Hydraulic seals are mechanical seals that are used to seal fluid systems, such as those found in hydraulic equipment. They are designed to prevent the leakage of fluids, such as oil or water, while also preventing the entry of dirt and other contaminants. Hydraulic seals are typically made of rubber or other flexible materials that are able to deform and create a tight seal around a moving or stationary component. They are used in a wide range of applications, including construction equipment, automotive systems, and industrial machinery.
↓ Machine Slyd - A (English)
Machine Slyd - A is a high performance thermoplastic material for use on linear bearing applications, as found on the guideways of machine tools and other linear bearing applications. Guideways on machine tools ensure the exact direction of motion of components such as slides, sleeves, quills, plungers, etc. At the same time, guideways must bear the weight of the guided components and workpieces and absorb the machining forces without deformation. This places critical demands on the machine tool guideways.
Among other sealing solutions, Advanced Sealing Technology designs, produces and delivers dedicated heavy-duty mechanical face seal solutions. We are a one-stop shop providing the best in elastomer, thermoplastic, PTFE, mechanical and composite sealing technologies for applications in practically all industries.
Advanced Sealing Technology's composites are commonly used to replace more traditional bronze, Babbitt, nylon and wood bearing materials. Ideally suited for high load, slow speed applications, Advanced Sealing Technology's Composites are designed to operate without external lubrication, and offer smooth, quiet performance. Advanced Sealing Technology's Composites offer higher load capacity and better dimensional stability than other non-metallic materials. When high strength, low friction and wear come to play, Advanced Sealing Technology's Composites is the clear choice.
There are currently over 36 synthetic rubber compounds available, but not all of them are widely used. Rubber compounds have been studied, developed, and engineered to meet a wide range of application needs, such as fluid, temperature, and stress resistance. Many synthetic rubber materials have varying degrees of reinforcement, such as fabric inserted (FI) or fabric reinforced (FR). These materials are specifically designed to meet a wide variety of customer applications.
PBF13 - Bronze filled
PBF16 - High Bronze Filled
PGF 21 - Graphite filled
PGF22 - Graphite & Carbon filled
PTFE23 - Virgin PTFE
PCF28 - Carbon Filled
PTF32 - Mineral Filled
PTE40 - Polyester Filled
PTF60 - Glass Fiber Filled
PT114 - Carbon Fiber Graphite Filled
PTPM118 - Polyamide Compounded
PTMF219 - Mineral fiber & Molybdenum Disulfide Filled
F540 - Food Approved Polyester Filled
PT610 - Glass Fiber & MoS2 Filled
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