Cryogenic seals must not only handle unbelievable low temperatures, but also perform under high pressure conditions. If you aren’t familiar with cryogenic seals, a cryogenic seal is a special type polymer seal used with media at temperatures below -238°F and down to -460°F (absolute zero). Cryogenic seals can be found in a variety of industries, from LNG compressors and loading arms in the petroleum industry to rocket propulsion systems in the aerospace industry.
Other important articles on Cryogenic Seals from Advanced EMC Technologies:
- 6 Things You Should Know about Cryogenic Seals
- Dummys Guide to Cryogenic Loading Arm Seals
- Six Kinds of Polymer Jacket Materials for Spring-Energized Seals