Bal Seal Engineering, Inc. is a global provider of custom-engineered sealing, connecting, conducting, and EMI/RFI shielding solutions for medical devices. Our core technology, the Bal Spring®, is a versatile component that functions independently or in combination with precision polymer sealing and metal retaining elements to enhance the performance and reliability of surgical instruments, orthopedic...
The Bal Spring® canted coil spring is a 3-in-1 solution to mechanical connecting, electrical conducting and EMI/RFI shielding challenges in equipment used for semiconductor fabrication and testing.
Designing For Improved Semicon Equipment Performance from BSEmarketing Designing semiconductor equipment that maintains high levels of precision, speed, and uptime is one difficult job. With interference and contamination constantly threatening the success of your designs, selecting the right electrical conducting and EMI/RFI shielding components is critical.
However you choose to use it, the Bal Spring® canted coil spring will help you improve the performance and reliability of your semiconductor fab and test equipment. Our 3-in-1 spring helps you design smarter, enabling you to increase uptime, simplify installation and maintenance, and minimize contamination.
Designing a tool that consistently delivers great signal integrity and accurate data in harsh downhole conditions is one tough job. But choosing the right electrical conducting and EMI/RFI shielding components can make it a lot easier.
Available in a variety of diameters, cross-sections, lengths, and wire materials with silver, gold, and other highly conductive platings, Bal Spring® canted coil springs offer superior conductivity and effective shielding against EMI/RFI in a lightweight, compact profile. Download our application bulletin to learn more.
Designing smaller implantable neuromodulation devices with greater connector density is one tough job. But choosing the right electrical contact can make it a lot easier. That’s why we’ve prepared this short presentation for you. It examines the relationship between electrical contact selection and the performance of implantable devices. It also suggests some ways you...