Manufacturing involves producing products for either use or sale through labor, machines, tools, chemical processing, biological processing, or formulation. For centuries, it’s been an essential sector and will likely always be an integral part of society and industry.
Here are a few of the most common security seals found in the manufacturing sector:
- Explosion-proof wire seals — These seals can be great for providing certain types of security, as well. They have multiple varieties and are much less likely to break — compared to plastic wiring. Wire seals are perfect for fitting seals with very small openings, that still need secure.
- Cable seals — These are durable seals that are used to seal all kinds of items, including doors, valves, and electronic wiring. These items have a small opening and the cable wire can easily be inserted in order to secure everything together. Some cables provide higher security than others and can even be used for international cargo shipping. These seals can provide greater design flexibility than other seals, as well. Standard bulkhead seals will have precise guidelines for the number of conductors and wire gauge, but custom-made seals can be crafted to exact specifications, even with multiple cables of different sizes. Certain cable seals, additionally, can vary in length and can be easily cut to accommodate for certain situations. These seals range from 1.5 millimeters (mm) to 5mm.
- Plastic seals — Plastic seals can come in pull-tight and fixed-length seals, which also come in a variety of breaking strengths. Fixed-length seals are the strongest kind of a plastic seal and are very affordable. Pull-tight plastic seals are great for sealing fire extinguishers, hazardous waste, and more.
These cable seals, especially the cable ones, are great for hermetic feedthrough. Cables can be custom-made and can be very flexible, spacial, durable, long-lasting, and cost-effective. These seals can replace otherwise expensive harnesses and reduce all kinds of electrical problems.