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 moisture and dirt.
Temperature fluctuations occur frequently in the technical industry. Overpressure or underpressure caused by these can deform housings and lead to leakage. Pressure Compensation Seals provide pressure compensation and protect the housing and components. 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.
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Protection for the complex electronics is provided by an extremely robust housing and the pressure compensation elements, which ensure the venting of the avalanche transceivers and prevent the penetration of moisture.
The self-adhesive finish ensures easy handling and quick application without extensive curing and drying times.
Due to being fastened by ultrasonic welding, the membrane resists even the most challenging external influences.
The nameplate-integrated Pressure Compensation Seal combines marking, venting, and component protection in one process step, which saves processing times and space on the component surface.
Despite its minimal installed height PCS HighProtect satisfies the exacting requirements of IP4K and IP6K. In addition, it can be marked without major modifications to the component design and is easy to process.
The decision to use a Pressure Compensation Seal for electronic components is the first step toward enhancing the durability, quality, and protection of your products. The second step is focused on proper installation and utilization of the Pressure Compensation Seals to ensure the full functionality of the Pressure Compensation Seals in field use. Get in touch with us. We’ll be pleased to provide advice and assist you.
The membrane is the centerpiece of a Pressure Compensation Seal and responsible for the water entry point, airflow, and oleophobicity—characteristics that are decisive for proper venting of a housing.
Pressure Compensation Seals have a particularly sensitive membrane structure requiring utmost caution and maximum precision during the application process. We offer perfectly coordinated processing and testing systems for this purpose.
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