Seal Design

Posted by:
Romel Ner
Category:
Seal Design

What are Static Seals?

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O-Ring seal applications are categorized in terms of relative motion. In situations involving little or no motion, the application is static. Here’s what you need to know.

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Posted by:
Kristin Sullivan
Category:
O-rings

Video: How to Prevent Leak Paths from Over Compressing

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Despite endless time and effort, sometimes it’s tough to achieve perfection — and O-Ring design flaws happen periodically. By having thorough knowledge of overcompression issues, engineers can achieve the proper leak path ratio and avoid premature failure in O-Ring applications.

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Posted by:
Nathan Enser
Category:
Case Studies

How to Avoid Seal Failure in Low-temperature Environments

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5 / 5 (3 votes)

Low temperatures raise big concerns for rubber manufacturers. Applications in major industries like automotive, railroad and industrial processing demand peak seal performance in cold, harsh environments. See how we evaluate cold temperature properties through several different test standards.

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