Dichtomatik now provides machined seals on demand at fast lead times
Newly implemented CNC operation gives customers the ability to order only the parts they need, when they need them.
Houston, TX: Dichtomatik announced its addition of a new computerized numerical control (CNC) operation to its list of capabilities and services. This new capability, located in Houston, TX, allows Dichtomatik to provide seals with fast lead times and lower quantity minimums to its customers. Because Dichtomatik is able to machine a wide variety of different seals on demand, customers have the opportunity to decrease downtime by receiving needed parts faster than traditional molding processes.
The CNC operation is capable of creating fluid power seals, oil seals, o-rings, and custom molded rubber shapes in a wide variety of sizes and materials for many different dynamic applications. With the information from a two dimensional computer-aided design (CAD) drawing, the CNC operation rotates the shape around a specified diameter to precisely lathe cut the sealing product.
There are many different types of material the CNC operations can craft into seals including, but not limited to, nitrile rubber, hydrogenated nitrile rubber, Teflon ®, and polyurethane.
As a subsidiary of the private German company Freudenberg, Dichtomatik specializes in providing sealing technologies and logistic distribution services to industrial markets. Dichtomatik specializes in oil seals, o-rings, custom molded rubber and fastener seals. Backed by a team of engineers, Dichtomatik is capable of developing customized solutions to meet its customers’ needs. Dichtomatik’s distribution services include, customized product kitting and bagging, inventory management, and quality assurance.