Pressure compensation seals consist of a waterproof and dust-proof but air-permeable membrane. This allows air exchange in enclosures and protects the electronics from liquid media and dirt.
Overpressure or underpressure caused by temperature fluctuations in summer and winter can deform electronic housings in automobiles and lead to leaks. Pressure compensation seals provide pressure compensation and protect housings and components in the automotive sector. They are gas-permeable and water-tight at the same time.
The business unit Schreiner ProTech has been working with this proven technology for venting of housings since 1997. The membranes prevent pressure differences from occurring in a housing and thus increase the service life of electronic components.
The self-adhesive finish ensures easy handling and quick application without curing and drying times.
Fastening by ultrasonic welding enables the diaphragm to withstand even the most difficult external conditions.
The pressure compensation seals in the nameplate combines labeling and aeration in a single operation, thus saving process times.
Despite minimal overall height, the steam jet resistant pressure compensation seals withstands the increased mechanical requirements and even steam jet cleaners.
The sensitive membrane structure of pressure compensation seals requires special care during application.
Pressure compensation seals in the nameplate protect and mark actuators produced by Küster Automotive.
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