October 31st, 2017
Saint-Gobain Seals, a global leader in designing and manufacturing polymer critical parts that protect core systems in extreme conditions, has launched a new technical blog called ‘The Critical Partner’. The blog is part of the company’s focus to digitally provide relevant content for customers, peers and end users whether it is information on their OmniSeal®, Rulon® or Meldin® products, how-to guides to use seals and polymer materials, or a humorous look at how engineers think and solve. Written by design engineers, researchers, district sale managers, manufacturing/operations personnel, and marketing and communications team, the blog will share experiences from the field as well as emerging news, issues, and trends affecting their readers through articles, videos, photos and presentations.
Examples of Saint-Gobain Seals’ blog posts include:
• Top three engineering questions asked by companies: a first-hand account of what the sales team encounters in initial meetings.
• Seven benefits of low friction plastic seals in automotive applications: a guide to using plastic instead of metal.
• Differences between spring-energized seals and rotary lip seals: an in-depth look into the history and their wide use in various markets and applications.
“The blog is one of the best digital tools to reach people we connect with now but on a much regular basis. We are able to share not only our views and knowledge in the sealing world but what we have learned from others we partner with. That is why we named our blog ‘The Critical Partner’ because it is the core of what we do,” said Rebecca Phan, Marketing Communications Specialist. Along with the new blog, the company has dedicated resources to provide more digital technical materials such as material datasheets on its redesigned website, which was launched in March 2017.
The public and press are invited to visit Saint-Gobain Seals’ blog or subscribe. Comments are welcomed and journalists and bloggers interested in learning more about the blog, interviewing the company’s team members, or contributing as a guest writer can contact Rebecca Phan at email@example.com.