What Materials Are Used in Your Products?

June 12, 2020

When it comes to providing top-quality custom engineered seals, the chosen materials can prove just as important as the design itself. At Seal Master, we strive to use responsibly sourced materials, making every effort to bring long-lasting products to market. Here is how we create custom products that meet your needs.

The Environment

Inflatable seals can be made using a wide variety of materials, including natural rubber, butyl, silicone, polyurethane, or chloroprene. The right material is largely dependent on the environment where the seal will be used. Our engineers work closely with the customer to understand all aspects of the application’s environment. This allows them to pick the right material for the job.

Fabrics We Use

Our custom engineered seals are further enhanced by fabric reinforcement. This helps the seals last even longer, ensuring you get the consistent performance you need. Fabric reinforcement increases the strength of our inflatable seals by enhancing durability and shape retention. We use many varieties of fabric based on individual project needs, including Dacron Kevlar®, Normex®, and Nylon.

A Comprehensive Approach

To ensure our material selections deliver the results you need, we take a truly comprehensive approach to design and material selection. We ask the questions other manufacturers don’t. We look at the problem from every possible angle so we can develop new, more effective ways of addressing potential issues. We constantly strive to learn from what we don’t know so we can develop better techniques and put them into practice for you.

By paying attention to even the smallest of details related to your application, our team is able to choose materials that will deliver lasting results. If you’d like to learn more about how our products and processes can benefit your next project, contact us today.

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