To meet NASM 82496 standards, parts must be pressure- and time-tested to be certain that they meet the very highest standards: military industry requirements.
More than 20 different types of standard elastomers exist, and each possesses unique functions in both process equipment and finished products.
Some sensitive applications require #sealing solutions that can seal things in and seal the environment out. Watch a quick video to learn more about APM Hexseal’s airtight solutions.
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Drawing upon its experience with precision transfer and compression molding using a wide range of elastomers, rubber-to-metal bonding and coating treatments, APM Hexseal offers an efficient method to develop your custom sealing needs, from concept all the way to production.
If you frequently work in hazardous environments, you already know the risks they pose to your equipment on a daily basis and how important it is to protect against mechanical corrosion—and, worse, equipment failure.
It’s important to test a few different elastomers, when assembling your product, to determine the best one for your needs.
In some industrial applications, regular fastening is not enough to prevent the unintentional and unwanted flow of potentially damaging liquids and gases.
APM Hexseal® holds the notable distinction of having designed and patented the very first self-sealing fasteners, which later became their trademarked Seelskrews® and Seelbolts®.
Elastomers are the key to providing effective sealing solutions for applications in outdoor, marine, medical and any environment where sealing stuff in or sealing stuff out is imperative.