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Static seals are typically used where fast and easy assembly is required. Sealing is achieved by correct dimensioning, optimal choice of material and controlled compression in a sealing track.

Static seals

Bonded seals

Bonded seals are sealing rings, which consist of an outer metal ring to which a trapezoidal rubber ring is moulded on the inside. This compresses the inner rubber ring, forming a seal.

Clamp gaskets

Clamp gaskets are sanitary seals made of rubber, silicone and plastic materials (PTFE). Typically used in stainless flanges and pipe joints and tightened using a characteristic steel collar (clamp), without the use of bolts.

D-rings

D-rings are sealing rings with a D-shaped cross section. D-rings are manufactured in rubber and silicone materials. Depending on material, O-rings meet a number of industry standards and regulatory approvals.

O-rings

O-rings are seals with a round cross section made of rubber, silicone, metal and plastic materials. Depending on the material, O-rings can meet a number of industry standards and regulatory approvals.

Round cord

Round cord can be used for sealing solutions when you have a greater opportunity to temporarily adjust the seal or when you do not need to seal all around the application.

X-Rings

X-Rings are sealing rings with an X-like cross-section that form four sealing loops. X-rings are manufactured in rubber and silicone materials. Depending on the material, the X-ring meet a number of industry standards and regulatory approvals.

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