When selecting a metal seal, one question you should ask is what material should be used. The answer may be a bit more complex when you consider specific performance properties. What kind of strength do you need? Is cost a factor? Are the conditions high temperature or require corrosion resistance?
Since our business has a large range of metal materials available, you will receive a metal solution that fits your needs.
While the inner design of a metal seal is key, the outside is just as important. Metal seal platings and coatings have exceptional features in sealing technology.
- The additional soft layer is instrumental in improving the leakage rate, used to fill the roughness of the counter flange and enhance the sealing performance.
- The softer the plating, the more it can improve and cover surface irregularities in the hardware. Generally, a metal seal lies side by side with the high demands placed on the surface quality of the customer’s hardware.
- Special patented coatings are used to improve the wear resistance. PTFE is typically applied, while plated seals use gold, silver, copper, tin, and nickel as a top layer. For jacketed seals, aluminum lining is used.
-250°C to +1100°C
(-423°F to +2000°F)
vacuum to 100,000 PSI
up to 150 N/mm
8 mm to 7000 mm
Ra 0.2 to 1.6 um