High pressure washers are specifically designed to counter vibration. These products typically feature pre-installed nylon patches to absorb vibration and can be used for approximately five cycles of installation and removal before being considered compromised. Virtually every industry has products and processes that produce vibrations that can eventually disrupt or degrade their integrity and performance. If you’re concerned about vibration, Electronic Fasteners, located in Canton, MA, has a wide range of products that can help you can reduce or even eliminate the threat posed by vibration, including:
- Washers to increase the clamped length ratio
- Washer for high pressure
High pressure washers include tooth lock washers, lock washers, and spring washers. You may also want to consider self-sealing, vibration-resistant washers for your project. Featuring a silicone rubber section, they are molded and bonded to a stainless steel-formed washer that can help provide a positive seal under vacuum or pressure.
High pressure washers install just like a conventional washer and are reusable and compatible with all surface finishes. The metal-to-metal contact ensures fastening integrity and is available with optional O-ring seal materials. These washers offer uniform, high-strength design and meet Military MIL-S-82496A specs for integral O-ring self-sealing machine screws.
Typical applications for high pressure washers include a wide range of food industry and military uses and products such as fuel tanks, pressure gauges, gear/transmission boxes, valves, motor housings, instrument and communication gear housings, portable instruments, and any application where both fastening and sealing under pressure or in vibrating environments are required.
If you’re looking for the right high pressure washers for your next project, look no further than Electronic Fasteners. Our experienced team can help you choose the right washer to ensure your equipment is able to withstand vibration, vacuums, and pressure. Get in touch with us today!