Oil seals - often called grease, fluid or dirt seals - close spaces between stationary and moving components in mechanical equipment, helping prevent lubricant escape,oil seals help prevent abrasives, corrosive moisture and other harmful contaminants from entering machinery. They also help stop intermixture of two different mediums, such as lubricating oil and water.
~Marketing/Sales, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
Sealing olde British motor cycle engine main shafts. Unfortunately some idiots removed the seal allowing the engines to breath into the primary drive area which does not give good crankcase breathing.
~Engineering, Design, Chelmsford, Great Britain
Automotive, monorail drive and guide wheels, maintenance and recovery vehicles for IU health people mover system
~Larry C, Maintenance supervisor for IU Health monorail, Indianapolis, IN
Reduce oil and lubricant leakage from designs used on classic automobile and truck applications.
~Mike E., Retired Customer Engineer, Sharon,, TN
1) Screen bearing oil seals
2) gearbox input and out put seals
3) pump oil seals
~N.S.Devagiri, Senior Manager (Mech), Bacheli, INDIA
All rotary shafts need seals whether rubber or leather.
~Roger K, Busines development manager, Plymouth, England
Agricultural and construction machinery/ tractors
~Randy W, Engineer, Waterloo, IA
Terminal tractors and gantry cranes
~Purchasing, Constanta South Agigea, Romania
Motors, compressors, machine tools
~Maintenance/Facilities Management, Botosani, Romania
Motors, bearing cover, Vehicles
~James Lai, Manufacturer, Nan-Tou, Taiwan
Machine tools, motor vehicles
~Joe H, Motor racing, Bendigo, Australia
Tractors, cars, trucks, ect.
~Purchasing, Granite City, IL
Industry and cars vehiculos
~Oscar P, General Management, Bucaramanga, Colombia
Automotive and Industrial
~Coskun K, Manufacturer, Izmir, Turkey
~Maintenance/Facilities Management, Couva, Trinidad and Tobago
For shaft and housing
~Engineering, Design, MUMBAI, India