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Sipiol coatings can help you increase weather & abrasion resistance, and overall life-time durability of rubber sealings and thermoplastic parts used in several different applications in the Construction, Transportation, and Industrial Markets.
In our webinar that is mainly focused on gas leakage, you are going to learn in detail about key influencing factors and what types of seals, sealing systems, materials, and design recommendations Parker Prädifa offers to prevent leakage. These solutions will be illustrated by a variety of application examples across various industries.
In this webinar, learn how Parker Prädifa's modular seal-wiper kit enables the same pneumatic cylinders to be used for a wide variety of applications.
Learn about the requirements of hydrogen applications for the sealing systems and the choice of materials and about sealing solutions for hydrogen applications with cryogenic conditions, high pressures and for use in fuel cells and electrolyzers.
Manufacturers have benefited from replacing mechanical fasteners with structural adhesives when bonding composites, plastics and painted metal. This presentation discusses a new generation of polyurethanes have low exotherm, odor and cost with rapid rate of cure.
ParCoat® coatings from Parker Prädifa were specifically developed for elastomer products. They prevent mistakes during seal installation, thus ensuring reliable and long-lasting sealing performance. Our webinar will provide you with an overview of the wide variety of ParCoat® coatings, their properties and effects, complemented by examples from the field.
Parker LORD now offers a line of seam sealers for all your challenging sealing manufacturing needs. We will highlight the overall seam sealing market and discuss the process and questions necessary to ask when adding seam sealing to a manufacturing operation. After receiving a good overview on how to select an appropriate seam sealer, we will show examples of successful seam sealer applications and what made this selection successful for our customers.
This webinar, with typical application examples from diverse industrial sectors, will provide you with a comprehensive overview of sealing solutions for extreme application temperatures, including their suitability for static or dynamic sealing functions.
Sensors are a driving force behind a lot of the position and motion technology on robots and drones. Join Justin Bessette, Engineering Technology Manager and David Fager, Sensing Sales Manager for a look at how technology is evolving in response to COVID-19 and how companies can get their products to market, quicker, with the right technology in place.
Join us for an introduction to functional safety of steering sensors for steer-by-wire systems, specifically focusing on our Tactile Feedback Device (TFD®) Steering Unit technology which has been deployed in various steer-by-wire applications for more than 20 years. Our TFD has two main functions: 1) provide a reliable steering signal for vehicle control; and 2) create variable and controllable tactile feedback to the operator.
Which factors influence the selection of the right seal for your application? In our webinar, you will gain insight into the wide variety of solutions and learn about the key factors influencing the selection of the right seal for your application.
Structural adhesives (acrylic, epoxy and urethane adhesives) improve appearance, strength and durability, while offering design flexibility and total cost savings. Compared to traditional fastening methods such as rivets, welds and fasteners, structural adhesives eliminate the costs associated with metal preparation and finishing operations to improve your manufacturing processes. These adhesives are used in a wide variety of applications across many industries.
Press-In-Place (PIP) Seals ease component assembly, serviceability, and transit issues. Seal retention is the greatest benefit of using PIP seals, achieved by sidewall interference with no adhesives required. Discover various custom profiles options and which applications they are best suited for.
Elastomeric seals provide the necessary barrier between your process and the environment. Leakage can occur when a seal is compromised, leading to unscheduled maintenance and costly downtime. At the worst, leakage can harm personnel or the environment. Identifying and preventing seal failure is critical to minimizing downtime and keeping the environment, health, and safety a top priority.
Service Trucks and Specialty Vehicles are unique in that they are made based on the job(s) they’re going to carry out that often requires high-skilled labor, ever-changing designs and drawings, and lots of flexibility to meet end-user requirements. Especially in the world of a pandemic, lead times are becoming increasingly long as both demand surges and product availability decreases. Want to alleviate some of these challenges? In this webinar you’ll learn how structural adhesives hold up to various service truck applications, as well as how they can be used to increase design flexibility, product strength, and long-term durability while decreasing overall manufacturing time and costs.
Save money and work safer with Chemlok Cold-Bond adhesives to bond vulcanized rubber-to-metal and rubber-to-rubber at room temperature. Learn how our cold-bond adhesives are VOC-free and are commonly used for belt and conveyor repairs.
In this webinar you'll learn the requirements drinking water materials have to meet, how regulations differ in various countries and what solutions Parker Pradifa offers for global use of sealing systems.
Vibrations, from indiscernible to intense, can negatively impact the performance, reliability, comfort and safety of the equipment you design. The adverse effects can range from simple annoyances to shorted equipment life. The right vibration isolator, properly applied, will improve your products. They will operate more smoothly and quietly, and they will be less disturbing to surrounding equipment and personnel, less susceptible to damage. Elastomeric vibration isolators provide cost-effective solutions to problems involving vibration, shock and structural noise control.

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