Joint/Splicing Silicone Rubber Seals : Various Connection Methods Explained

Last updated: 12 Dec 2023  |  402 Views  | 

Joint/Splicing Silicone Rubber  Seals : Various Connection Methods Explained

 

Joint/Splicing Silicone Rubber  Seals : Various Connection Methods Explained

Joint/Splicing Silicone Rubber  Seals, produced through an extrusion process, come in various cross-sectional designs tailored to specific requirements and are assembled at the corners to be used as gaskets.

These seals offer several advantages, such as:

  • Cost-efficiency compared to molded production.
  • Ability to create complex cross-sectional shapes.
  • Feasibility to produce larger sizes, which is challenging and more expensive with molded seals.
  • Faster production time.

 

There are two primary methods for connecting silicone rubber corner seals:

  • Adhesive Joining : This method involves using a specific type of adhesive designed for silicone rubber. It is suitable for general gasket applications where there is no pressure or stress at the joint.
  • Molding : This involves using a mold to join the corners, using the same grade of silicone rubber as the seal. This method provides a stronger, more durable joint that can withstand higher tension and pressure compared to adhesive joining.

 

 

AlphaSeals offers custom production of Joint/Splicing Silicone Rubber  Seals, accommodating both adhesive and molding methods based on the application requirements. They accept orders with a minimum of 50 meters.

 

 

 

For those interested in silicone rubber corner seals, you can inquire and place orders with AlphaSeals

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