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  • Rotary Seal Lip Design and Geometry
    Apart from the elastomeric lip material and interface between the sealing lip and application shaft, a critical design feature of the seal lip is its geometry. Lip geometry is one of several factors that directly affect the radial load exerted on the shaft. The others include the presence
  • GYLON BIO-LOK TM Gasket - Problem Solved
    nitrile, silicone, EPDM, fluoroelastomers, perfluoroelastomers, etc.), PTFE, or elastomers encapsulated in PTFE. Service conditions (temperature and pressure) and the system fluids are all important factors when selecting the correct seal material. In addition, certain seal designs have an inner lip
  • CFD Takes Guess Work Out of Manufacturing Extrusions
    Getting a new extrusion die to shape a profile that meets design specifications has often been more art than science. Fluent CFD software from Fluent Inc., Lebanon, N.H., generated the die's first trial. Contour lines show the velocity magnitude across the die lip. A die land of 3 mm, together
  • When space is at a premium
    , support radial loads. Needle rollers go between the cup bore (outer raceway) and shaft OD (inner raceway). Most applications depend on a housing press-fit to both size and locate the bearing. The design can accommodate seals, additional oil holes, and hold grease, if needed. Drawncup bearings
  • Cooler-running wheel bearings help racers burn up the track
    goes inside Timken RacePac wheel hubs. Conventional lip seals are replaced with steel rings that ride close to rotating hubs. The arrangement keeps out contaminants by using heat from bearing friction to build a pressure differential inside hubs. The units come preassembed, pregreased, and ready

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