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All mesh EMI/RFI knitted wire gasketing is available in various cross sections to satisfy the many different requirements encountered in shielding applications. The choice between rectangular, round, round with fin or double round with fin depends on the enclosure or equipment to be shielded.
Each strip has the same resiliency created by the knit construction but reacts differently dependent on material and shape. Of the most common materials used, Monel has the best spring factors while silver-plated brass has the highest conductivity. All mesh gasketing which is rectangular or round is recommended for grove mounting while single round with fin or double round with fin is recommended for flat surfaces. Surface conditions must be clean and free from such contamination as paint or oil for good conductivity and there should be an even distribution of pressure continuously along the length of the gasket.
A wide range of knit wire mesh materials are available. The standard knit wire mesh is either Monel or tin-plated ferrous. While these are standar, aluminum, silver-plated brass, gold-plated copper, tungsten, stailess stell, silver, nickel, iconel, and other wire can be knit and fabricated into special products.
Rogers Corp PORON Material is engineered foam designed to provide the best durable lasting performance in a wide variety of cushioning applications. PORON foam is an open cell foam that has excellent compression set resistance.
Learn the difference between Open Cell Foam and Closed Cell Foam is highlighted in this short educational video from Rogers.
There are several different formulations of PORON and Seal & Design can help you choose the right PORON material that meets your applications’ specifications.
Seal & Design is looking for a ambitious, self-motivated and passionate candidates for a long-term career in a fast-paced and ever-growing business.
This is a full-time job Monday thru Friday, 8:30am-5:00pm
For more information on Job Information, Qualifications, and Benefits please go to the Seal & Design Website, here.
As a make-to-order fabricator of parts for a wide variety of customers, we know from experience that packaging and labeling of your parts can be almost as important as the parts themselves. At Seal & Design Inc., we can package all of your parts to your exact specifications.
Seal & Design Inc. offers extensive packaging and labeling services for supplies, whether you have delicate parts, high volume needs, or complicated labeling requirements. Out packaging capabilities allow us to expertly kit, package, and label a wide variety of products:
Printing can include your company logo, bar codes, or other information that you choose. This is a great option for retail products, such as resales of our parts in service applications.
Our custom labeling capabilities allow us to include bar coding, lot numbers, multiple labels, and more right on the packaging of your products. Accompanying paperwork, such as material certification and inspection data, can also be easily accomodated.
Die cutting is a process used to cut materials such as plastic, paper, foam, or sheet metal. Generally, any low strength material can be cleaved using a die cuttingmachine. Seal & Design is proud to have over 60 years of experience with die cutting, so we know that we can cut your parts efficiently and at a reasonable price.
The die cut gasket process is one of the most cost effective methods available, hence its widespread popularity. Other benefits of utilizing our die cut machine capabilities include the following:
Stop by booth 1137 and say hello to Midwest territory manager Don Swiegert, Outside Sales Joel Nans, and our Toronto Division’s own Greg Wigner.
We’d love to tell you about our foam and manufacturing capabilities. They will be there Feb 28 and March 1st from 9:30 – 5:30 and on March 2nd from 9:30 to 3pm.