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Custom sealing solutions for hygienic applications

By Chemical Engineering |

Greene, Tweed & Co.

This company’s family of high-performance seals (photo) are designed specifically for applications in the pharmaceutical manufacturing, analytical instrumentation and hygienic fluid handling sectors. The seals are manufactured with chemical-resistant materials to meet or exceed quality requirements, including United States Pharmacopeia (USP), FDA and ISO product standards. With low leachable profiles, these specialty compounds maintain their inert nature in highly demanding conditions. The company’s Metal Spring Energized (MSE) line of seals creates a leak-free seal without excessive friction and wear by applying calculated spring force directly over sealing lips. MSE seals operate from cryogenic temperatures up to 625°F (329°C) and are available in custom sizes. — Greene, Tweed & Co., Kulpsville, Pa.

www.gtweed.com

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