You rely on a steady connection of power to get jobs done in the most hostile climates, and you need a hermetic feedthrough that you can rely upon. There are several kinds of feedthroughs available, so look carefully before selecting.
Glass to Metal
A glass to metal hermetic feedthrough is made of glass which is heated up and used in its molten state. This is a durable feedthrough that can operate under all conditions and transfer electricity at high voltages.
Ceramic to Metal
Ceramic to metal hermetic feedthroughs require a substantial amount of craftsmanship and time to make. They can be custom-made for specific uses and are ideal for jobs that require a certain kind of feedthrough.
Look for Quality
Whatever kind of hermetic feedthrough you use, make sure you are purchasing one that is made of high-quality materials with construction that prevents all kinds of leaks. Heavy duty feedthroughs are often used in the military and for medical uses and provide a reliable seal and connection time after time. Check your hermetic feedthrough periodically for signs of wear and tear and be sure to replace as needed. The highest-quality feedthrough are virtually leak resistance and will never fail to deliver.