This webinar was originally broadcast Wednesday, October 5, 2016
This informative webinar will review design and performance considerations when selecting sealing and flow control products for use in drilled channels. The topics covered will include design considerations such as hole preparation, base materials, and finish, along with installation tips, cleanliness and other application considerations.
Registrants will learn about the selection and integration of expander plugs, flow restrictors and check valves, including items such as:
- Optimizing hole preparation and hole location to prevent damage, eliminate contamination and reduce total costs
- How base materials and plating options can affect component selection and performance
- Considerations for different installations, including fluids vs. gasses, leaded vs. unleaded requirements and magnetic properties
Tom Ryan, Head of Product Management, SFC KOENIG
Tom has more than 18 years of experience in sealing and flow control. In addition to management of the SFC KOENIG product portfolio, Tom is actively involved in new business development, strategy, forecasting and data management.
Gregory Kozlowski, Application Engineer, SFC KOENIG
Greg has provided engineering and product development support for mechanical applications for more than 16 years. He assists with the integration of sealing and flow control solutions into customer applications as well as component customization.
Mary Gannon, Senior Editor, Design World
Mary Gannon, a Senior Editor for Design World, has a BS in journalism from Boston University, and has been a technical writer and editor for more than ten years. Gannon has covered an extensive range of industrial topics, including motion control, power transmission and fluid power.
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