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Mechanical Seals

Mechanical Seals Mechanical seals are devices that help join systems or mechanisms together by preventing leakage, which are found on rotating equipment such as pumps and mixers to prevent the spillage of liquids and gases from escaping into the environment.  This Seal consists of two parts, one is stationary part and the other rotates against it to achieve a seal. The effectiveness of a seal is dependent on adhesion in the case of sealants and compression in the case of gaskets.
The design, arrangement and materials of construction are determined by the pressure, temperature, speed of rotation and product media.
Mechanical seals are integral part on all fluid pumps and are a viable alternative for lip seals as well as packed glands. Our ranges in these seals are below:
  • Rubber bellow seals
  • Teflon bellow seals
  • Metal bellow seals
  • Single inside unbalanced
  • Single inside balanced
  • Single outside

Mechanical Face Seals

Rubber Bellow Seals

  • MR1

    MR1

  • MR2

    MR2

  • MR4

    MR4

  • MR6

    MR6

  • MR7

    MR7

  • MR8

    X08

  • MR9

    MR9

  • MR10

    MR10

  • MR11

    MR11

  • MR12

    MR12

  • MR13

    MR13

  • MU2

    MU2



Mechanical Seal Engineering Request Form

Please fill out the form to sumbit your enquiry for mechanical seals or Download Enquiry Datasheet PDF

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