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Omniseal Solutions' How To Guide: Installation Tools, Small Diameter, Closed Piston Gland
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Carbon composites, typically referred to as carbon fiber-reinforced polymers (CFRPs), are a class of incredibly strong, stiff, and lightweight materials. Following their invention in the 1960s, CFRPs have been adopted into a range of engineering disciplines. As well as becoming a staple material for the aerospace industry, these composite materials have also proved to be successful in civil engineering and automotive engineering applications. CFRPs are used to make an increasing number of consumer and technical products, ranging from tennis rackets to fishing poles. This technical article takes a look at how CFRPs are made and what makes them so beneficial.
CFRPs are a type of composite material comprised of a "filler" material, which is dispersed throughout a bulk ‘matrix’. In the case of CFRPs, the filler consists of carbon fibers (typically defined as fibers that contain at least 92% carbon by weight) and the matrix is a polymer.
Working closely with partners in the nuclear power industry, our team of experts understand that confidence is key to successfully operating any nuclear power plant. This is why our precision metal sealing solutions are valued as they perform reliably and safely throughout the nuclear life cycle, supporting long-serving sub-systems from enrichment centrifuges to decommissioning components. Read further into this blog to see how metal seal support critical applications.
Omniseal Solutions™ has acquired High Tech Metal Seals (HTMS), a designer and manufacturer of engineered metal seals for the industrial, energy, aviation and space markets. It complements the business’ product range in offering tailor-made solutions in the sealing industry, after the acquisition of American Seal and Engineering Co. (ASE), a leader in technical sealing solutions also used in the energy and aerospace industries, at the start of 2019.
Caring for the local and global community doesn't just make business sense, it is a privilege, one which the employees of Omniseal Solutions™ enjoy. In this article, read about how 37 members of our team in Belgium have become foster parents to underprivileged communities in Togo. The rewards have gone both ways, enriching the lives of the villagers, but also giving the team a sense of pride, accomplishment and a unique view on the world we live in.
How important is application testing in high-performance plastics? In a technical world where you need to move fast and with precision, it is the connection between success and failure. Testing is important to ensure that the material meets (or even exceeds) the specific needs of the day-to-day demands of the application. Read on to find out more!