GENERAL SEALTECH LIMITED was established in 2007, specializing in the production of high-precision silicone rubber sealing products. The main products include Rubber diaphragms,Diaphragm Valve pump Diaphragms,Rolling diaphragm,Turbo Actuator Waste-gate Diaphragms,LPG CNG Diaphragm,Gas meter diaphragms, etc. Widely used in industries such as Battery industry,Biomedical field,automotive industry.
We firmly believe that only excellent quality can win the trust of customers in the fierce market. Our products have been exported to regions such as Oceania,Asia,Europe.And it has been loved by local customers.
|brake diaphragm rubber
|Place of Origin
|20~90 Shore A diaphragm for regulator
|Cold Resistance,Aging Resistance,Abrasion Resistance…etc
|DN max = 2000mm, all other smaller sizes will per customer demands
|Seal for Automotive,Electrical Appliances,etc
|Online technical support
|carton or according to requirements of the customers
|Lead time (days)
|7-15 (To be negotiated)
|50000-200000 Piece/Pieces per Month
Please note: The above table data is for reference only. For specific information, please contact us.
brake diaphragm rubber products typically have high plasticity and can be used in very low temperatures and high temperature ranges. They can also be produced using different technologies such as thin film construction, hot melt construction, and fiber construction.
The diaphragm has strong wear resistance, but it is easily damaged during installation. If cracks appear, they should be reinstalled in a timely manner;
During normal use, check the sealing condition of the diaphragm to prevent water leakage;
Please do not change the installation position of the diaphragm product during use to avoid affecting the effect.
Provide customized services exclusive to customers, and customize various diaphragm products according to their needs to meet the needs of different industries.
brake diaphragm rubber—FAQs Guide
1.What are the considerations for choosing between elastomeric brake diaphragm rubber and non-elastomeric brake diaphragm rubber for specific applications?
We are a professional brake diaphragm rubber manufacturer, and the factors we consider include:
1. Cost: Elastomeric diaphragms are typically more expensive than non-elastomeric diaphragms.
2. Durability: Elastomeric diaphragms are more durable and can withstand higher pressures and temperatures than non-elastomeric diaphragms.
3. Chemical Compatibility: Elastomeric diaphragms are more resistant to chemical attack than non-elastomeric diaphragms.
4. Flexibility: Elastomeric diaphragms are more flexible than non-elastomeric diaphragms, allowing them to be used in applications where a tight seal is required.
5. Performance: Elastomeric diaphragms are better at maintaining a seal over time than non-elastomeric diaphragms.
2.How does the thickness of a brake diaphragm rubber affect its flexibility and pressure resistance?
The thicker the diaphragm, the less flexible it will be and the more pressure it will be able to resist. This is because thicker diaphragms are more rigid and can withstand higher pressures without deforming. Thinner diaphragms are more flexible and can deform more easily under pressure, but they are also less resistant to pressure.
3.Can brake diaphragm rubber be used in contact with food or pharmaceutical products, and what certifications are required for compliance with industry standards?
Yes, diaphragms can be used in contact with food or pharmaceutical products. Depending on the application, the diaphragm must meet certain industry standards and certifications. For food contact applications, the diaphragm must meet the requirements of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the European Union (EU) Regulation 10/2011. For pharmaceutical applications, the diaphragm must meet the requirements of the US Pharmacopeia (USP) Class VI and the European Pharmacopoeia (EP).
4.What innovations and advancements have been made in brake diaphragm rubber technology in recent years?
With the continuous development of technology, brake diaphragm rubber has made a lot of progress, such as:
1. Improved materials: Diaphragms are now made from a variety of materials, including polyurethane, silicone, and other elastomers. These materials are more durable and provide better performance than traditional materials.
2. Improved design: Diaphragms are now designed with more precise tolerances and better sealing capabilities. This allows for better performance and longer life.
3. Improved manufacturing processes: Advances in manufacturing processes have allowed for more efficient production of diaphragms, resulting in lower costs and improved quality.
4. Improved sensing capabilities: Diaphragms are now able to sense pressure, temperature, and other variables, allowing for more accurate control of systems.
5. Improved control systems: Diaphragms are now used in a variety of control systems, including valves, pumps, and other devices. This allows for better control and more efficient operation.
5.Can brake diaphragm rubber be used in air-operated or pneumatic systems, and how do they contribute to system functionality?
Yes, diaphragms can be used in air-operated or pneumatic systems. Diaphragms are flexible membranes that are used to separate two different areas of a system. They are used to control the flow of air or other gases in a system. They can be used to regulate the pressure of the system, to control the flow of air, and to act as a check valve. Diaphragms can also be used to dampen vibrations and reduce noise.
6.About brake diaphragm rubber,How can I get the best price and quality?
The price depends on the quantity, design and size. If you order more, the price and shipping will be cheaper.
7.How do brake diaphragm rubber perform in applications where flexibility and rapid response to pressure changes are crucial?
Diaphragms are ideal for applications where flexibility and rapid response to pressure changes are crucial. They are designed to flex and move in response to pressure changes, allowing them to quickly adjust to changing conditions. This makes them ideal for use in applications such as pumps, valves, and other pressure-sensitive systems. Additionally, diaphragms are often used in applications where a tight seal is required, such as in fuel tanks and hydraulic systems.
8.What is the expected service life of brake diaphragm rubber, and how does it vary depending on factors like material and usage?
The expected service life of diaphragms can vary greatly depending on the material and usage. Generally, diaphragms made of rubber or elastomeric materials can last anywhere from 5 to 10 years, depending on the application and environment. Diaphragms made of metal or plastic can last much longer, up to 20 years or more. Factors such as temperature, pressure, and chemical exposure can also affect the service life of diaphragms.
9.Do brake diaphragm rubber have electrical conductivity properties, and can they be used in applications requiring EMI/RFI shielding?
No, diaphragms do not have electrical conductivity properties and cannot be used in applications requiring EMI/RFI shielding. Diaphragms are typically made of rubber or plastic and are used to control the flow of air or other gases.
10.How are brake diaphragm rubber designed to resist abrasion and wear in applications with abrasive media?
Diaphragms are designed to resist abrasion and wear in applications with abrasive media by using materials that are highly resistant to abrasion and wear. These materials include polyurethane, rubber, and other elastomers. The diaphragm is also designed with a thicker wall and reinforced edges to provide additional protection against abrasion and wear. Additionally, the diaphragm may be coated with a protective material such as a fluoropolymer to further reduce wear and tear.
11.What is a diaphragm?
A diaphragm is a thin, dome-shaped muscle located between the thoracic and abdominal cavities. It is the primary muscle of respiration and helps to regulate the flow of air into and out of the lungs. The diaphragm also plays an important role in aiding digestion by helping to move food through the digestive tract.
12.How do brake diaphragm rubber provide sealing solutions in hydraulic accumulators and fluid reservoirs?
Diaphragms provide sealing solutions in hydraulic accumulators and fluid reservoirs by creating a barrier between the fluid and the atmosphere. This barrier prevents the fluid from leaking out and keeps the pressure inside the accumulator or reservoir at a constant level. The diaphragm also helps to reduce the amount of air that can enter the system, which helps to reduce the risk of cavitation.
13.Do brake diaphragm rubber have temperature limitations, and how do they perform in extreme temperature conditions?
Diaphragms do have temperature limitations, and their performance in extreme temperature conditions can vary depending on the material used. Generally, diaphragms are designed to operate within a temperature range of -40°F to +250°F (-40°C to +121°C). In extreme temperature conditions, the diaphragm may become brittle and crack, or the material may become too soft and lose its shape. Additionally, the diaphragm may become distorted due to thermal expansion and contraction.