Canada Consul General Visit

Consul General Visit

CFO Adam Mikols, Consul General Phyllis Yaffe, Company President Dean S. Penman

Seal & Design hosted a visit from Phyllis Yaffe, Canadian Consul General in New York.  Company President, Dean S. Penman and CFO, Adam Mikols met with Ms. Yaffe and gave her a tour of our facility. Ms. Yaffe spoke to us about NAFTA and the importance of that agreement to Seal & Design’s business.

Seal & Design Able Division, located in Toronto, Ontario, is our Canadian Division’s headquarters. Currently, NAFTA allows our US Divisions (Clarence & Syracuse) and Canada Division to conduct business smoothly and economically. This allows Seal & design to pass along cost saving benefits to both our US and Canadian customers.

We discussed NAFTA’s role in cross-border business and Ms. Yaffe learned how Seal & Design takes advantage of the free trade agreement.

p-yaffeMs. Yaffe has been Canada’s Consul General in New York since July 2016.  She has had a distinguished career in both the private and not-for-profit sectors.

We appreciate her valuable time and feedback and thank her for touring our facility.

EMI Shield Seal Gasketing

shield_seal_gasketing3Shield Seal Strip is available in various material combinations and sizes. The versatility of materials and sizes provides assurance of protection against weather conditions including temperature extremes as well as protection against Electro Magnetic Interference and Radio Frequency Interference leakage. The material used conforms to the military specifications.

The elastomers (Neoprene or Silicone) are available with or without an adhesive backing. Adhesive backing on the elastomer is often preferred due to the ease of strip mounting The knit wire meshing is available in various wire materials with Monel and Ferrous material being the most popular. Double Shield Seal materials are available for added shielding effectiveness.

The Shield Seal Strip is used in applications such as electronic cabinets where this type of material is utilized around the doors of the cabinet to seal off stray EMI signals. The shield Seal Strip is also used extensively to shield electronic boxes of various sizes and shapes.

Shield Seal Stip with adhesive backing is a convenient method of getting the optimum combination of materials for engineering or prototype models. In production, it is more convenient and economical to have the complete gasket manufactured with the necessary mounting holes, compression stops, and other special mechanical consideration incorporated. Each gasket would be complete and ready for installation thereby increasing reliability and reducing labor costs during assembly of the end product.

Learn more about Seal & Design’s EMI / RFI offerings