Here's a comprehensive guide on o-ring materials used for fluid sealing applications across many different industries.
Here's a detailed guide on how temperature range, pressure, and fluids and viscosity specifications will dictate the type of industrial seal you need.
When identifying the right O-ring for your sealing needs, finding the right material and ensuring the type of hardness is key so it can withstand high pressure and can be more resistant to impacts. Contact Wyatt Seal today and find the right O-Ring for you.
O-rings can be used in a variety of different sealing applications. However, choosing the appropriate O-ring material for the temperature range of your application is crucial.
While technological advancements are taking over, discover some other trends that are impacting the manufacturing industry.
Parker metals come in a variety of sizes and styles to meet all your specific needs. Different metal seals such as o-rings and c-seals are offered by Parker Metal seals that live up to their strength, characteristics, color, and materials. Read to learn more!
DuPont Kalrez 4079 has strong chemical resistance and tolerance to extreme temperatures. This guide outlines the basis of the DuPont Kalrez 4079 regarding what you need to know and how Wyatt Seal can help.
O-Ring failure can lead to disastrous effects. Why do they create such impactful effects if they alone aren't prone to failure? Because the extenuating circumstances in which they are used create an environment where mere degrees or micrometers matter. From Outgassing to Compression Set, learn more about the 4 most common causes of O-ring failure below.
No matter what industry you’re in, chances are you’ve used (or needed to use) an o-ring. And if you’ve used an o-ring, chances are it was from Parker. That’s because for years Parker has been the industry standard in developing, manufacturing, and supplying high quality o-rings, both standard and customized.
Working at extreme high temperatures will put a strain on any product, from large machinery to o-rings. For years, when manufacturers were stuck with high-cost materials if they had any hope of finding success at such high temperatures. This was especially true when working with rubber compounds such as fluorocarbons, or FKMs.