A.T. Wall Showcases Thin-Walled Feedthrough Tube Capabilities at Sensors Expo

A.T. Wall Company, a global-class fabricated metal components superior precision tubing vendor, will be demonstrating its novel welded drawn thin-walled tube’s feedthrough capabilities during the Sensors Expo and Conference.

A. T. Wall has increased its capabilities in the welded feedthrough segment and plans to demonstrate its increased offerings that are fit for use in sensors integrated systems and sensors, according to Donna Parker, director of sales at A.T. Wall. He explained that A.T. will be able to cost-effectively respond to large, medium, and small volume orders placed for the welded type of precision small diameter sized feedthrough tubes. These tubes are utilized for solving sensing system design challenges in aerospace, telecommunications, precision mechanics, electronics, and photonics applications.

The outer dimensions of the feedthrough tubes range between 0.011 and 1.18 inches. These tubes are available in nickel alloys, stainless steel, and nickel and nickel alloys, with other materials obtainable on request. These tubes can be provided as straight lengths, coils, or cut parts, in wall thicknesses in the 001 to 0.08 inches range.

The A.T. Wall’s booth will display the tubular side wall frames that are useful for microelectronic circuit packages. The side wall frames can be used for flat packs that are hermetically sealed and require limited dimensional tolerance as well as precise metallurgical qualities. Using a unique manufacturing process, A.T. Wall uses a distinctive production process and is the sole side wall frames maker who can manufacture Kovar tubular frames.

A.T. Wall Company will also demonstrate its stamping capabilities, more so the stamped and coined covers and bases. Makers of glass-to-metal-seal fabricators, frequency control devices, and semiconductors depend on the expertise of A.T. Wall in designing and manufacturing of tight-tolerance, complex and high volume coined metal parts.

Source: http://www.atwall.com

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