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Commonly Used In: Aerospace, Nuclear Energy, Chemicals & Plastic, and Semi Conductor & Vacuums.

Commonly Used In: Aerospace, Nuclear Energy, Chemicals & Plastic, and Semi Conductor & Vacuums.

Commonly Used In: Aerospace, Nuclear Energy, Automotive, and Space.

Commonly Used In: Automotive, Space, and Semi Conductor & Vacuums.

Commonly Used In: Aerospace, Nuclear Energy, Chemicals & Plastic, Semi Conductor & Vacuums, and Space.

Commonly Used In: Aerospace, Nuclear Energy, Chemicals & Plastic, & Space.

Commonly Used In: Aerospace, Automotive, and Chemicals & Plastic.

Commonly Used In: Aerospace, Nuclear Energy, Chemicals & Plastic, Semi Conductor & Vacuum, and Automotive.

American Seal & Engineering’s products meet the most stringent requirements, from micro seals used in semi-conductors, to large metal seals used in nuclear containment vessels. They consistently pass tests for exacting tolerances, high temperatures, high pressures, and fatigue resistance. 

We do not offer off-the-shelf solutions or a “one product fits all” approach to our customers. We offer innovative, application and technology driven designed metal seals and sealing systems, engineered to comply with our customers’ specific program-design envelopes. We work closely with our customers’ engineering teams on site at our facility and at their research centers or manufacturing facilities from project inception through completion. Our commitment is to provide a sealing solution that meets the technical and commercial criteria as outlined by our customers.

American Seal & Engineering's commitment is to provide the most innovative products in the metal seal industry. We have a variety of seals and sealing systems in our product portfolio to meet with your design needs. 

Our metal seal shapes vary from circular to racetrack to irregular shape forms. For assistance with your design, contact one of our talented and experienced Sales Engineers today. Contact them here or call (203)789-8819 now.

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