Seal Master’s fabrication process delivers consistent pressure along entire surface for high volume duty cycles
Fully-molded construction means that both high temperature and pressure are incorporated in the fabrication process to improve the rubber’s strength. This process improves the elastomeric properties of the material. The result is consistent and even inflation pressure along the entire striking surface. Greater structural integrity also brings longer product operation.
Custom rubber seals from Seal Master inflate to form a full barrier within a pipe or tube instead of traditional seals which offer only a single line of defense. Without knowing too much about how the products work, one could draw the assumption that an inflatable rubber seal fills up kind of like a bike tube. The seal would thus be prone to punctures or deflating but there is much more to these high-performance industrial products.
We at Seal Master know your requirements may largely vary from that of some other esteemed client and we do not just mass-produce inflatable rubber seals.
To many facility supervisors and plant engineers downtime is an accepted practice of the manufacturing industry. These types of personnel aren't exactly fond of powering down production for mandatory machine maintenance and repair, but in many cases their hands are tied. The question should constantly arise though whenever a machine is down – “is this absolutely necessary?”
Custom rubber seals have carved a niche for themselves across diverse industry segments. Why have inflatable elastomeric products become all the more popular? Simply put, they are more cost-effective and time-saving than the mechanical ones.