Custom Electrical Sealing Solution
44 Honeck St.
Englewood, NJ, 07631
Press release date: April 1, 2014
Does APM do custom elastomeric molding for environmental sealing? External or Internal Interactive Sealing Solutions APM's custom molded dynamic elastomeric seals are designed to transmit mechanical energy, either internally or externally applied, depending on your application and environmental challenges. They flex and move without degradation or sealing compromise. Static sealing solutions too - anything requiring either heat transfer or injection molding. Please submit your design requirements and we'll rapidly respond with a cost-effective solution and quote.
APM Clients Swear By SEELRIVETS® to Seal Out Environmental Contaminants
SEELRIVETS® are selfsealing rivets, designed to seal out air, water, lubricants, and other liquid or gaseous contaminants. Installed like an ordinary rivet, our self-sealing rivets form a high-pressure seal while permitting metal-tometal contact. Stock SEELRIVETS® are universal head furnished in aluminum alloy for various demanding applications.
Features and Benefits:
Positive sealing under vacuum or pressure
Install like a conventional rivet
Reusable compatible with all surface finishes
360° metal-to-metal contact assures fastening integrity
Optional O-ring seal materials - silicone rubber, BUNA-N, *Viton®, others
Uniform, high-strength design
Made in USA *Viton® is a registered trademark of DuPont Performance Elastomers.
APM Offers Self-Sealing Fasteners for Sheet Metal Assembly Each pre-assembled stainless-steelself-tapping SEELSKREW™ features a resilient silicone rubber O-ring held captive in a precision-engineered sealing groove. Other sealing materials are available for specific applications. Installed like a conventional screw, it provides an absolute watertight seal that meets UL and NEMA submersible standards. These self-tapping designs are ideal for sealing portable electronic instruments, cabinets, enclosures, and other sheet metal assemblies.
SEELSKREWS™ are offered in slotted or Phillips pan head styles, thread sizes of #2 through 1/4", and lengths to 1". Special options include a black-anodized finish.