Hermetic Sealing and Pass Throughs
The Indium Corporation offers materials for hermetic and cryogenic sealing, as well as for pass-throughs. These mission critical applications require unwavering assurances and reliability.
Indium wire is ideal for most sealing applications. The two main advantages of indium wire are:
- It remains malleable at cryogenic temperatures
- It is soft and pliable so it fills imperfections in mating metal surfaces, creating a hermetic seal
Traditional sealing materials crack and fail at cryogenic temperatures. They are simply unreliable.
Contact our engineers to discuss your critical sealing application.
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