Seals used within the life sciences sector are heavily regulated. Their ability to perform impacts everything from shelf stability to consumer safety, particularly within the fields of food processing and pharmaceutical production.
Which seal certifications matter most within the life sciences sector? Here are four regulatory guidelines integral to the industry.
Life sciences is a complex industry that presents myriad challenges for seal manufacturers. From O-rings to machined shapes to extrusions, life sciences seals matter. Their performance ultimately impacts throughput, processing, and most importantly, consumer safety.
Wyatt Seal has developed a reputation as a leader in the production of high-quality seals for use within the life sciences industry. Our team regularly consults with food processors, pharmaceutical manufacturers, and other end-users on the best seal product(s) for highly specific applications.
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For a seal to be considered "food grade," it must meet a meticulous standard of quality and cleanliness. The seals used in food production, packaging, and processing must be designed to perform in extreme environments.
The basic elements of creating a strong face seal are relatively easy to understand. The main function of a seal is to eliminate the potential of fluid leakage from high to low pressure by utilizing a sealing gap.
Welcome to the wonderful world of Kalrez O-Rings! O-Rings are seals meant to keep liquids and gases at bay within machine constructs. Kalrez brand O-Rings are the industry gold standard when it comes to proper sealing.