An inflatable seal is a type of rubber seal which inflates (rather than compresses) to create an air or watertight barrier.
Inflatable clamps provide uniformed controlled pressure to firmly clamp or bond products together.
Inflatable actuators are used to push a secondary seal (or fixture) into place in order to create a uniform, reliable seal.
Compression seals can be simple round shapes or highly complex designs using unique materials.
Rubber and silicone septa are used to store and test samples for GC or HPLC analysis.