Inflatable seals for pharmaceutical industries

Inflatable seals that can cope with the agressive environment common in this industry

Inflatable seals for pharmaceutical industries

Pharmaceutical industries rely on the use of inflatable seals to assure proper sealing during operations.
Different rubber grades and production allow us to supply inflatable seals that can cope with the agressive environment common in this industry.

Dispenser seals

Special inflatable pharma seal designed by Likon for automated dose dispensers for radio-pharmacies and hospitals.

Key properties:

Radiation resistant rubber grade seal allowing small clearance between cartridge and outlet area.

Hot cells

Inflatable seals for shielded nuclear radiation containment chambers and locks. Our seals are used in hot cells for production of radiopharmaceuticals.

 

Industries

  • materials testing
  • research and development
  • industrial applications

Key properties:

Radiation resistant rubber grade sealing performance to ISO 14644-7 class 2 : 0,25%, 1% on site.

Radiation shielding and airlock doors

Inflatable seal for use in hinged doors, radial outward expansion.

Air lock door seal

Key properties:

Radiation resistant rubber grade

Inflatable autoclave seals

Circular inflatable seals with axial expansion, resistant to high temperatures and steam.

Autoclave door seal

Key properties:

  • Heat and steam resistant rubber grade.
  • Bespoke seal resistant to CIP cleaning agents.

Bespoke inflatable seals

We have developed several different special seals to resist the cleaning of equipment with Dimethylformamide (DMF).

Likon has rubber materials available to resist etching cleaning agents.

Keeping up with COVID-19

This rapidly evolving corona-virus (COVID-19) has imposed an unsettling, fluid situation upon our community and its businesses. While the team here still aims to maintain a “business as usual” approach, we are making a number of significant changes to our operations to account for a situation that is far from normal. Governmental orders in the fight against the spread of the corona-virus (COVID-19) lead to the partial or complete closing of several production lines or designation of lines for the production of crucial parts for essential industries like food and pharma. As a direct result confirmed or usual lead times may not be met. In the current situation the delay cannot be determined. With the closing of factories in certain areas we need to make some changes to standard terms. To can keep operational and safeguard our financial position we must change certain terms. These will be announced and confirmed upon receipt of orders. Apologies for the inconvenience. Take care of yourself so you can take care of others!!