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Rotary Seals

We offer a range of rotary lip seal design configurations based on the type of service, speed, pressure and dynamic run-out for which the seal is designed.

Features

Available in a wide variety of profiles and seal lip configurations

Huge range of case materials, and polymer based lip materials depending on application parameters

Broad size range - we can manufacture 4 mm to 800 mm internal diameter

Complete seal design service from experienced application engineers using the latest 2D/3D design and simulation software

Our Rotary Seals

Rotary Seals Brochure

Our rotary shaft seals with elastomeric based lips include Nitrile (NBR), Fluorocarbon (FKM), Carboxylated Nitrile (XNBR), Hydrogenated Nitrile (HNBR), Ethylene Propylene (EPDM), Polyacrylate (ACM), Silicone (VMQ) and Neoprene (CR).

Our range of PTFE rotary seals are suitable for applications with enhanced speed and pressure parameters, and are available in a range of PTFE materials using engineered fillers to optimise the shaft and seal life, reduce heat generation and prevent leakage.

There are various different casings available for rotary lip seals; most common include carbon steel and stainless steel.

Depending on application criteria, other case materials include aluminium, zinc-plated cold rolled steel and Hastelloy®. Springs in stainless steel can also be provided.

 The following types of rotary shaft seal profiles are a basic overview of our range:

• Springless Profiles                               • PTFE FlexiSeal Profiles
• Spring Loaded Profiles                        • PTFE FlexiLip Seal Profiles
• Dual Spring Loaded Profiles                • PTFE FlexiCase Seal Profiles
• Medium Pressure Profiles                   • V-Ring Profiles
• Cassette Seal Profiles                          • Elastomer Seals with PTFE Inlaid Lip

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If you have a technical enquiry regarding your application, please contact us and one of our application engineers will get back to you as soon as possible.

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