Hermetic feedthroughs

  • 16-Jun-2009 03:03 EDT
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Ductorseal sealed wire and cable assemblies from Douglas Electrical Components solve through-bulkhead conductor sealing problems in small engine fuel-delivery modules. The feedthroughs provide an interconnecting harness in a fully sealed, prewired, pretested, and ready-to-install hermetic unit. They feature a precision-machined, chemical-resistant epoxy housing with no mold parting line that could compromise O-rings and cause potential leak paths. They are available in a range of standard housing sizes and configurations, and with any number and type of conductors. Aluminum, titanium, steel, brass, and plastic housings are also available. The units are epoxy sealed to provide leak-free performance.
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