News - 18 Jul 2008
Advanced Diamond Technologies, Inc., the world leader in developing and applying diamond films for industrial and electronic applications wins the prestigious R+D 100 Award for its UNCD®...
Mechanical seals are used in the Chemical & Process Industries as seals in rotating equipment, such as pumps and compressors. The advantages of using sialon advanced ceramic seals are described.
Article - 25 Jan 2019
This article discusses how to measure the damage development of static sealing elements using a simultaneous dynamic mechanical and dielectric analyzer.
Article - 26 Feb 2001
Mechanical seals are important in many industries such as process, automotive and aerospace. This article looks at classes of seals, materials selection, surface finish and design.
News - 8 Oct 2008
From petroleum to food and beverage to pharmaceuticals, most industries use mechanical pumps, and all these pumps rely on seals to reduce leaks and maintenance costs. Argonne researchers, along with...
Article - 26 Jun 2008
The highest performance electrical seal systems employ ceramics for exceptional resistance to thermal and mechanical shock, as well as corrosion. The many benefits of ceramic-to-metal seals are...
News - 18 Oct 2007
When engineers design a seal for feedthroughs and other electrical connectors, four general classes of material are evaluated. At the low end, a simple epoxy or glue may suffice. Alternatively, a...
News - 21 May 2013
Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue: Analysis of the North American Seals Market
Oil and Gas Investments and Improvements in the Electric...
News - 12 Jul 2019
Greene Tweed, a leading global manufacturer of high-performance seals, thermoplastics, composites, and engineered components, announces the availability of its innovative ArlonÒ 3000 XT...
News - 30 Sep 2009
RectorSeal, a leading manufacturer of firestop products and mechanical devices, has completed the acquisition of the FlameSafe firestop product line from Grace Construction Products, a unit of W.R....