GENERAL SEALTECH LIMITED is located in Hangzhou City and is a physical enterprise that integrates research and development, production, and sales. Our company specializes in producing Turbo Actuator Waste-gate Diaphragms,Rubber diaphragms,Gas meter diaphragms,Teflon / PTFE Diaphragm,Rolling diaphragm,Diaphragm Valve pump Diaphragms and other products. Our company accepts various customized products and has a comprehensive ability to develop and produce special-shaped workpieces.
The company adheres to the cooperation philosophy of quality first and customer first, and has a group of long-term cooperative fixed customers in Africa, the Middle East, Europe and America, and other places. We not only have high product quality, but also excellent service.
|silicone rubber diaphragm
|Place of Origin
|National Sanitary Certificate,WRAS,RoHS,CCS,NSF,etc
|-40 °C to +220°C
|Durable, water/dust/oil proof
|Export Standard Packing
|Online technical support
|Seal for Automotive,Valve…etc
|Cutting, Extruded and Moulded, Plastic Packing
|Heat Resistance,Chemical Resistance,Fire Resistance…etc
|50000-200000 Piece/Pieces per Month
|Lead time (days)
|7-15 (To be negotiated)
Please note: This table is for reference only, please consult us for specific information.
The design principle of a silicone rubber diaphragm is to use the failure strength and failure mode of materials or structures to set personalized control strategies for a certain heat or mass transfer medium, or for the occurrence of certain flow or diffusion effects, in order to achieve specific functions or protocols.
If the medium used is corrosive, corrosion-resistant diaphragm materials should be selected;
Necessary protective measures should be taken to minimize damage to objects that come into contact with the already installed diaphragm.
Provide customized services exclusive to customers, and customize various diaphragm products according to their needs to meet the needs of different industries.
silicone rubber diaphragm—FAQs Guide
1.How do silicone rubber diaphragm contribute to the isolation of different process media or gases within a system?
Diaphragms are used to separate different process media or gases within a system by creating a physical barrier between them. This barrier prevents the media or gases from mixing, thus providing a degree of isolation. Diaphragms are also used to control the flow of media or gases within a system, as they can be designed to open and close in response to pressure or other external factors.
2.Are there silicone rubber diaphragm designed for use in critical industries such as aerospace and healthcare, and what unique properties do they possess?
Yes, there are diaphragms designed for use in critical industries such as aerospace and healthcare. These diaphragms are typically made from high-performance materials such as PTFE, FKM, and EPDM, which offer superior chemical and temperature resistance, as well as excellent durability and strength. Additionally, these diaphragms are designed to meet the stringent requirements of these industries, such as tight tolerances, high-pressure ratings, and low-leakage rates.
3.What are the common materials used in diaphragm manufacturing, and how do they impact the diaphragm’s performance?
Common materials used in diaphragm manufacturing include rubber, silicone, neoprene, polyurethane, and polyester. Each material has its own unique properties that can affect the performance of the diaphragm.
Rubber is a popular choice for diaphragms due to its flexibility and durability. It is also resistant to heat, chemicals, and abrasion. However, rubber can be prone to cracking and tearing over time.
Silicone is a synthetic material that is highly resistant to heat and chemicals. It is also very flexible and can be used in a wide range of applications. However, silicone can be prone to tearing and is not as durable as rubber.
Neoprene is a synthetic rubber material that is highly resistant to heat, chemicals, and abrasion. It is also very flexible and can be used in a wide range of applications. However, neoprene can be prone to cracking and tearing over time.
Polyurethane is a synthetic material that is highly resistant to heat, chemicals, and abrasion. It is also very flexible and can be used in a wide range of applications. However, polyurethane can be prone to cracking and tearing over time.
Polyester is a synthetic material that is highly resistant to heat, chemicals, and abrasion. It is also very flexible and can be used in a wide range of applications. However, polyester can be prone to cracking and tearing over time.
4.About silicone rubber diaphragm,Can I get some samples?
Yes, Sample order is available for quality check and market test. But you have to pay the express cost.
5.Do silicone rubber diaphragm 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.
6.About silicone rubber diaphragm,What information should the customer provide to get an accurate quote from us?
Customers need to provide relevant technical requirements, drawings, pictures, industrial voltage, planned output, etc.
7.As a silicone rubber diaphragm manufacturer,Can you make custom parts based on my sample?
Yes, you can send the sample to us by express and we will evaluate the sample, scan the features and draft 3D drawing for production.
8.As a silicone rubber diaphragm manufacturer,what services can we provide?
Free design and samples offered.Custom package and stickers.
9.As a silicone rubber diaphragm manufacturer,how can we guarantee quality?
Always a pre-production sample before mass production;Always final Inspection before shipment.
10.Can silicone rubber diaphragm be used in applications requiring compliance with industry standards, such as FDA, ASME, or ISO?
Yes, diaphragms can be used in applications requiring compliance with industry standards, such as FDA, ASME, or ISO. However, the specific requirements of the application must be taken into consideration when selecting the appropriate diaphragm material and design.