Stoffer to Head Global Sales and Marketing at Bal Seal Engineering, Inc.

Foothill Ranch, Calif. – U.S.A. – June 1, 2016 – Bal Seal Engineering, Inc., a leading designer and producer of custom sealing, connecting, conducting and EMI shielding components, has named Gary Stoffer as its new Vice President of Global Sales and Marketing.

New Catalog Describes Benefits of Spring-Energized Seals for Reciprocating and Static/Face Applications

Foothill Ranch, Calif. – U.S.A. – April 26, 2016 – A new technical catalog published by Bal Seal Engineering, Inc. provides engineers and designers with detailed information about how spring-energized seals can be used to address reciprocating and static/face sealing challenges.

KEMA Testing Validates Use of Spring Contact Element Performance in High-Current Applications

Foothill Ranch, CA – March 31, 2016 – Bal Seal Engineering, Inc., a leading producer of custom-engineered conducting solutions for equipment used in high-current applications, has subjected its Bal Spring™ canted coil springs to third-party testing to demonstrate how well the springs withstand KEMA’s rigorous short circuit current exposure and cycling. The results will enable the company to provide customers with verified performance data, including continuous, short-circuit and peak current ratings and electrical resistance per spring coil.

Mecredy Named to Manage Bal Seal’s Global Aerospace & Military/Defense Market

Foothill Ranch, CA – March 7, 2016  – Bal Seal Engineering, Inc., a leading designer and producer of custom sealing, connecting, conducting, and EMI/RFI shielding components, has named James Mecredy to the position of Global Market Manager for its aerospace and military/defense market.

New Guide Details Benefits of Canted Coil Spring–Based Contacts for Active Medical Implantables

Foothill Ranch, Calif. – U.S.A. – December 9, 2015 — An updated technical guide published by Bal Seal Engineering, Inc. provides designers of active implantables with a detailed look at how the company’s Bal Conn® electrical contact technology can ensure consistent, reliable connections in devices used to deliver neuromodulation and cardiac therapies.

Race-Tested Spring Improves Performance of Electric & Hybrid Vehicles

Foothill Ranch, Calif. – U.S.A. – October 22, 2015 — Designers of consumer electric and hybrid vehicles are taking a page from the racing playbook, and using Bal Spring™ canted coil springs to improve vehicle efficiency, performance, and reliability. 

Test Service Enhances Bal Seal Offering For Aerospace Gimbals

Foothill Ranch, Calif. – U.S.A. – August 19, 2015 — A new test service introduced by Bal Seal Engineering, Inc. offers OEMs verified performance results for Bal Seal® spring-energized rotary/face seals used in aerospace and defense gimbal applications. 

New Catalog Describes Benefits of Canted Coil Springs for EMI/RFI Shielding

Foothill Ranch, Calif. – U.S.A. – June 10, 2015 – A new technical catalog published by Bal Seal Engineering, Inc. provides engineers and designers with detailed information about how canted coil springs can be used to address electromagnetic interference/radio-frequency interference (EMI/RFI) shielding challenges.

New Guide Details Benefits of Canted Coil Springs for Electric and Hybrid Racing Vehicles

Foothill Ranch, Calif. – U.S.A. – May 29, 2015 – A new technical guide published by Bal Seal Engineering, Inc. provides motorsports designers with a detailed look at how canted coil springs can solve tough connecting, conducting, and electromagnetic interference/radio-frequency interference (EMI/RFI) shielding challenges in Formula 1 and Formula E racing vehicles and systems.

Bal Seal to Launch High Force Spring for Oilfield Connecting

Foothill Ranch, Calif. – U.S.A. – April 24, 2015 – Bal Seal Engineering, Inc. has announced plans to launch the Enforcer™ high force canted coil spring, a mechanical fastening component that gives oil and gas equipment designers the ability to mate critical parts with precisely controllable insertion and removal forces — from 500 to more than 10,000 lb — over multiple service cycles.

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