• SEAL ENERGIZER

    OPTIONS FOR ENHANCED

    CUSTOMIZATION

  • EXPERT ENGINEERING,

    COMPREHENSIVE TESTING.

  • COMPACT DESIGN,

    ULTRA-RELIABLE CONDUCTIVITY.

  • KNOWLEDGE, SUPPORT & CAPACITY.

  • INTEGRATED DESIGN,

    PROVEN CONTACT TECHNOLOGY.

  • MORE FLEXIBILITY,

    MORE FUNCTIONALITY.

  • MORE EVEN WEAR,

    LONGER SERVICE LIFE.

Innovations Applied

Our Bal Spring® canted coil springs are helping automotive OEMs and tier suppliers solve tough connecting, conducting and EMI shielding challenges in today's hybrid and electric vehicles. These springs provide reliable, multi-point contact and superior design flexibility in a compact package that handles high current with minimal heat rise.

Our Bal Spring® canted coil springs are helping automotive OEMs and tier suppliers solve tough connecting, conducting and EMI shielding challenges in today's hybrid and electric vehicles. These springs provide reliable, multi-point contact and superior design flexibility in a compact package that handles high current with minimal heat rise.

Engineering Insights

Springs Help Doctors “See” During Spinal Surgery

A manufacturer of surgical instruments is using Bal Spring®, canted coil springs to give doctors new insight into critical spinal procedures.

Massachusetts-based Life Instruments Corp. has designed the springs into its Radiolucent Cervical Retractor. According to the company’s president and CEO, Larry Foley, the springs act as “markers” under x-ray, and allow for the integration of polymer retractor blades that offer improved visibility over traditional stainless steel.

“Standard retractors, which are made completely from stainless, can impede the surgeon’s ability to see critical areas during spinal surgeries,” says Foley. “We wanted to design a blade that would be invisible under x-ray, but we still needed to provide some visual reference for positioning purposes. The canted coil springs allow us to do that.”

During spinal procedures, surgeons use a cervical retractor to spread both the skin and muscles surrounding the spine in order to repair the vertebrae.

What’s New?

Expanded Guide Describes Custom Components, Engineering Process

Foothill Ranch, Calif. – U.S.A. – May 11, 2017 – Bal Seal Engineering, Inc. has published an expanded guide describing the form and function of its custom-engineered seals,...MORE>>

18 May 2017

Soede Named to Head Bal Seal Engineering’s EMEA Region

Foothill Ranch, Calif. – U.S.A. – March 3, 2017 – Bal Seal Engineering, Inc. has announced the appointment of Jan Soede to the position of General Manager, EMEA. In his new...MORE>>

3 Mar 2017

Webinar Addressing “Friction Factor,” Gimbal Sealing Challenges Posted

Foothill Ranch, Calif., – U.S.A. – December 21, 2016 – Bal Seal Engineering, Inc. has posted an on-demand webinar session aimed at helping engineers understand...MORE>>

21 Dec 2016

Bal Seal Expands Line to Meet Demands for Large Tolerance Sealing

Foothill Ranch, Calif. – U.S.A. – August 8, 2016 – Bal Seal Engineering, Inc. has expanded its line of sealing products to include the spring-energized PTFE “C-ring”...MORE>>

11 Aug 2016