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  • Radial Shaft Seals
    system. Seals - particularly radial shaft seals - have a profound effect on the longevity and performance of a pump system. Rubber radial seals provide economical and versatile protection for bearings in pumps, gearboxes, and motors. Their contact with the shaft offers both positive fluid retention
  • CUSTOM SHAFT SEALS FOR FOOD PROCESS MACHINERY
    MECO Shaft Seals offer clean and cost-effective sealing solutions for a variety of food processes.
  • CUSTOM SHAFT SEALS FOR PLASTICS PROCESS MACHINERY
    MECO seals offer plastics manufacturers effective, reliable shaft sealing for a wide variety of machinery handling difficult-to-seal products.
  • CUSTOM SHAFT SEALS FOR DAIRY PROCESS MACHINERY
    MECO Dairy Seals offer clean and cost-effective sealing solutions for wet dairy processes requiring a sanitizable seal.
  • Exterior coatings producer blends abrasives with no shaft seal wear
    A manufacturer of stucco and exterior coatings uses a Munson ribbon blender to meet the challenge of blending heavy, abrasive aggregates non-stop, all day, without premature seal leakage.
  • Creating a Perfect Oil Seal
    A good oil or radial shaft seal is designed to either keep oils or other fluids from leaking out of a mechanical component or to keep contaminants from finding their way in, and many times both.
  • Clearance Seals and Labyrinth Seals
    Clearance seals and labyrinth seals work on a principle of positive clearance (i.e., no rubbing against the shaft or housing). Many labyrinth and clearance seals are comprised of a rotor (rotating) and stator (stationary) member with a radial gap between the two members. The gap must be larger than
  • Chilling Out with Sealless Pumps (Process Cooling & Equipment : September-October 2005)
    Sealless pumps are used in many industries, most commonly to avoid the leak potential of rotating mechanical shaft seals. The term "sealless" is actually somewhat of a misnomer - while sealless pumps do not have a rotating shaft seal, they usually have at least a gasket or O-ring, often located

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