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Processing & Handling :: Liquid, Gas and Air Handling :: Seals, gaskets & packing materials

August 1, 2012

Small But Mighty

New materials and designs allow seals and gaskets to stand up to harsh CPI conditions

Joy LePree

Sometimes the smallest parts — such as seals and gaskets — can have the greatest impact on plant performance. For this reason, seal and gasket manufacturers are developing innovative new materials and designs that will help these diminutive, but important, components stand up to...

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