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Precisely this type of knowledge is said to be offered by this trade fair, which will be provided with technical support by the European Sealing Association.
Laser cutting, sealing, slitting, micro-drilling, high-speed marking, barcoding, product identification, removing selective materials and kiss cutting.
In a sealing application, the tolerances of all the parts in contact with the O-ring must be considered in order to create an effective seal.
Understanding and measuring this type of response can provide insight into a material's stress-strain properties in applications and how it can affect the test results used to define its sealing capability, using the different test methods and specifications.
Laboratory equipment for heat sealing medical pouches and thermoformed trays.
Ferrotec's vacuum rotary feedthroughs and seals can be purchased directly from Ferrotec and through the company's network of sealing solution sales representatives.
The sealing rings were removed from the mixer after an operating period of 37 months.
The sealing principle if the SSA seals is based on the use of the internal pressure in the mixing chamber.
Company also supplies equipment for blister forming and sealing of PVC, PET and PETG films; skin-packaging machinery from 18 x 24 in.
John Crane -- the world's leading supplier of engineered sealing systems and associated products -- has announced the introduction of a new generation of dependable High Temperature Corrosive (HTC) resistant mechanical seals that utilize an innovative design technology to reliably seal high-temperature process fluids on rotating equipment.
Using new sealing technologies, the SX joint has extended seal life and increased reliability, according to the company.
Thermo-contact welding, high-frequency (RF) sealing, and combination RF/contact equipment for sealing a wide range of plastics.
The new device, which is approved for both diagnostic and interventional procedures, gives physicians an improved method for sealing arterial catheterization access sites.
Further testing and numerical simulation makes for this second article, in developing an under-the-hood sealing application.
Two sealing methods are used: 1) applying heat and pressure to the back of the lidding material or paperboard, and 2) applying heat and pressure to the face of the plastic material.