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  • Types of Fluoroelastomer Seals for Pump Users
    Aggressive pumping environments can be problematic for pump engineers. On one hand it's impossible to design a pump to be resistant to every type of chemical, while on the other, the tendency is to over specify a perfluoroelastomer to cover all eventualities or select an elastomer with mid-range
  • Effective sealing for pumps with elastomers
    Pump users demand maximum operating efficiency from their investment and sealing solutions have to be designed to function between long service intervals. These conditions often create increased chemical, thermal and pressure related stresses on both the pump and seals, multiplying the risk of seal
  • Choosing a high temperature steam resistant elastomer
    The materials used to create seals must withstand, both physically and chemically, the extreme conditions in which they are increasingly being utilized. There are limited options for sealing with elastomers in hot water or steam environments in temperatures up to 550°F (288°C). Most elastomers
  • Sealing Challenges For The Medical Industry
    are made of metal and conductive elastomers. Polymers extruded and formed into long pieces with hollow cross sections can be economically formed into a variety of seals, including O-rings and molded shapes. Designing elastomeric seals for pressurized-fluid systems in military and aerospace vehicles
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    catheters; tubing for feeding, drainage, and use with peristaltic pumps; compression bars; electrosurgical handpieces; infusion sleeves and test chambers; introducer tips and flexible sheaths; wire/fluid-path coextrusions; ear plugs and hearing aids; shunts and septums; and a variety of seals, stoppers
  • Oil-Resistant Rubbers
    the low-temperature flexibility of natural rubber, which detracts from their use in low-temperature shock or impact applications. General-purpose neoprenes are used in hose, belting, wire and cable, footwear, coated fabrics, tires, mountings, bearing pads, pump impellers, adhesives, seals for windows

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