StudSeal™ hermetic feedthroughs are used in vacuum or pressure applications where high current or high voltages penetrate a barrier. These customized hermetic connector seals allow for easy specification and mounting and are pretested.
The StudSeal hermetic electrical wire feedthrough product family offers a selection of solid copper, heavy-current conductors sealed in standard housing styles and materials.
These hermetically sealed studs are primarily used for the transfer of power in and out of a sealed environment at operational loads of up to 1000 amps and 15kV.StudSeal sealed feedthroughs can seal high-pressure and high-vacuum environments. These hermetic wire seals are compatible with liquids and gases including refrigerants, oils, heat transfer fluids and jet fuels. Our sealed bulkhead connectors comply with a wide range of certifications and standards. Contact us today to get a quote.
Sample configurations of our electrical passthroughs:
Radial o-ring compressor feedthroughs reduce customer install time while utilizing a low cost molded housing.
Motor power terminal feedthroughs with NPT or SAE studs work in compressors ranging in size from fractional horsepower to high-tonnage.
High current studs handle up to 1,000 amps to meet most of process power needs.
Quick-connect feedthrough transmits signals into a pressure chamber.
StudSeal Portplate assembly reduces installation time and leak paths in compressor and other industrial applications.
Multi-conductor busbar StudSeal assembly cuts installation time while enabling conductor bends not possible with threaded studs.
High voltage StudSeal assembly can withstand up to 25,000 volts.
Hybrid StudSeal-DuctorSeal hermetic wire feedthroughs reduce assembly time, electrical connections and cost in applications that require a connection point on just one side of the hermetic seal.
Hybrid StudSeal terminal flange assembly combines power studs and instrumentation terminals in a single feedthrough, providing all the electrical penetrations needed for a traditional compressor.