March 2, 2024
March 2, 2024
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  • Purpose: Seals serve the primary function of creating a barrier between mating surfaces, preventing the escape of fluids or gases and maintaining system integrity.
  • Material Composition: Seals can be made from a variety of materials such as rubber, silicone, metal, or synthetic polymers, chosen for their resilience, flexibility, and compatibility with the operating conditions of the system.
  • Versatility: Seals have diverse applications across industries, including automotive, aerospace, plumbing, hydraulic systems, and manufacturing. They are used to seal connections in various components such as pipes, fittings, valves, and hydraulic cylinders.
  • Installation: Seals are typically installed between mating surfaces or components using manual insertion, compression, or other methods. Proper installation ensures a secure and leak-proof seal.
  • Maintenance: Regular inspection of seals for wear, damage, or degradation is important to ensure continued sealing effectiveness. Worn or damaged seals should be replaced promptly to prevent leaks and system failures.