Spotlighting Enclosure Sealing

There are many challenges to designing sealed enclosures.  Issues like failed sealing and condensation from internal pressure build up, compliance issues with improperly shielded devices and leaks from seals damaged in assembly can all cause product failure.

This webinar will present unique options for enclosure pressure equalization, EMI shielding, low pressure sealing and seal assembly/service improvement.

Join us for an informative webinar on: 

July 22, 2020
11:00 a.m. EST

Who should attend:
Engineers, Program/Project Managers, Designers and Purchasing Professionals

We will discuss product features, capabilities and solutions for:

  • Venting
  • EMI Shielding
  • GEL Sealing
  • Press-in-Place Seals 

Featured products have been used successfully in applications in heavy duty equipment, military command and control, electronic control modules, IoT sensors, power grid and industrial controls, battery packs and lighting to name a few. 


Alyssa Palmieri
Account Manager

Sealing Devices Account Manager for New England, Mid-Atlantic and a portion of Canada, providing project support to customers focused on military, aerospace and telecommunications.  Prior to her move to the seal and gasket industry she had experience within metal fabrication focusing on medical devices.  She has a degree in Mechanical Engineering and a minor in Industrial Engineering.

Her areas of expertise include customer relations, project management and helping drive operational improvements.

Alyssa's personal interests include hiking with her dog, traveling and trying new recipes.


Michael Morretti
Technical Business Development Manager

Currently Technical Business Development Manager, Michael brings extensive experience providing design assistance and project support for customers designing electronic devices for the military, aerospace and telecommunications markets.

His areas of expertise include: EMI shielding and thermal management concepts and materials, environmental sealing and venting of electronic enclosures.

Michael's personal interests include European sports cars, camping and his dogs