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    Mechanical Seals - (352 companies)
    ...mechanical seals have one sealing gap. The lubrication film required by the sliding seal faces is provided by the medium to be sealed. The lubrication film required by the seal faces in double (acting) mechanical seals is provided... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Dynamic Seals - (681 companies) rotary or linear applications such as rotating shafts and pistons. Dynamic seals fall into one of two categories, contact and clearance. Contact seals have the seal bear against its mating surface under positive pressure. Clearance seals... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Oil Seals and Grease Seals - (345 companies)
    Description Oil seals and grease seals have a flexible lip that rubs against a shaft or housing to prevent the leakage or ingress of fluids and dirt. For proper installation, the seal lip should point towards the medium being... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Hydraulic Seals and Pneumatic Seals - (298 companies)
    ...hydraulic applications. These seals may be used for rotary and reciprocating motion. Materials. Some hydraulic seals and pneumatic seals are composite. Composite seals are two-or multi-part seals manufactured as an integral unit. A typical composite seal... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Seal Repair Services - (36 companies)
    ...inspection, troubleshooting, disassembly, cleaning, refurbishing or replacing seal components, lapping services, failure analysis, and reassembly. Mechanical seals and components are the most commonly repaired. Diaphragm seals, labyrinth seals, and other... Learn More
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    Labyrinth Seals and Clearance Seals - (22 companies)
    Labyrinth seals and clearance seals are minimum-leakage seals that protect machine elements from contamination through a noncontact method. They operate on the principle of positive clearance and do not rub on shafts or housing. Labyrinth seal often... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Mechanical Vacuum Pumps and Systems - (264 companies)
    ...or eccentric "rocking" rod with no sliding seals or parts. This design isolates the pumped fluid from any contact with the pumping mechanism, providing a clean vacuum valued for analytical applications. It also makes these pumps particularly well-suited... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Diaphragm Seals - (109 companies)
    ...the diaphragm to the fill fluid in the upper housing and subsequently to the pressure instrument. There are three common diaphragm seal designs, although custom and specialized varieties are also available. Welded diaphragm seals are welded (or bonded) directly... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Inflatable Seals - (30 companies)
    ...barriers and providing a positive seal on dam gates. Inflatable seals can also be used as pneumatic clamps, to hold pieces in position during machining, and actuators, to open and close mechanical components. Some inflatable seals are used in powder... Learn More
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    Brush Seals - (20 companies)
    ...and liquid, block the infiltration of light or air, and seal gaps in doorways. They are available in many shapes and sizes and made from a variety of materials. Brush seals are useful in turbines and aerospace applications because they can form... Learn More

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...easier to install and maintain, costs less, and performs better. First of all, tube fittings are designed not to leak, even under rugged operating conditions because they have mechanical, metal-to-metal seals. Tightening fitting nuts coldswages ferrules onto the tubing. On the other hand, threaded-pipe...

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  • Selecting a Replacement Mechanical Seal (.pdf)
    The best way to interchange a mechanical seal is by using the OEM part number and the“Pump Manufacturers Cross- Reference”included with this tutorial .
  • Energy Research and Power Engineering
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  • Fluid Flow
    The site includes tutorials for centrifugal and positive displacement pumps, as well as troubleshooting. There also are manufacturer and distributor links for pumps and mechanical seals , as well as a forum that is available for interactive communication.