When it comes to the sealing industry, with infinite applications and with many material options, selecting the best material for the application is extremely important. So what is the best material for your seals?
Questions to ask when determining the material options:
What is the Application of the Seal?
What is the Application Temperature Requirements or Specific Resistance Requirements of the Seal?
The material selection for a seal is based on the application for the seal. The following is a general idea of the basic materials that can be used, and is a general guideline dependent on application and operating systems of the seal:
Every seal application is different; the above information is a general guideline to get development started. There are many, many additional materials available for manufacturing, too many to list, each material should be confirmed to its specific application and specific temperature application, but this basic information regarding elastomers can assist you to begin development, contact a sealing specialist for guidance in your sealing needs.
MSP Seals, Inc
Founded in 1998, MSP Seals has been a major supplier of seals and various other materials. MSP Seals has introduced unique new products, o-rings, hydraulic/pneumatic packings, oil seals, and other types of seals. MSP offers the seal industry's broadest range of products with an unparalleled range of service, support, and capabilities.
Stacia Miller, MSP Seals, Inc | www.mspseals.com | firstname.lastname@example.org | Phone: 317-866-5000
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