Convoluted Rubber Diaphragms
The Convoluted Rubber Diaphragm is a flexible barrier which spans the gap between a stationary and a moving part. Its purpose is to prevent the exchange of fluids between two different chambers.
The convoluted diaphragms are moulded into the same shape that they will take during the assembly phase.
The rubber diaphragms's convolutions allow great diaphragm travel, approximately twice the depth of a non-convoluted diaphragm.
The maximum recommended stroke length for deep drawing diaphragms is determined by keeping the diaphragm height below, or equal to, the bore diameter.
In a convoluted rubber diaphragm, the effective area consists of a molded curved section concentric with the circumference.
Convoluted Rubber Diaphragms are designed to safely ensure functions like regulation, dosing, measuring, control by their liquid-, air-, gasproofness.