Technical Articles

Supplier:

Colonial Seal Co.


Colonial Seal Co. has published these technical articles:

(Seals)
From this Article:
Over the years, customers have asked us what's the difference between a rubber O.D. and a metal O.D and are there any special considerations when replacing a metal-cased seal with a rubber covered... (View Full Article)
(Seals)
From this Article:
Over the years, customers have asked us what's the difference between a rubber O.D. and a metal O.D and are there any special considerations when replacing a metal-cased seal with a rubber covered... (View Full Article)
(Seals)
From this Article:
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... (View Full Article)
(Seals)
From this Article:
The two major elements of eccentricity that should be considered when designing a seal: Shaft-to-Bore Misalignment(STBM) and Dynamic-Runout(DRO).... (View Full Article)
(Seals)
From this Article:
An ASTM D 2000 "call out" may look like a chaotic alphanumeric code, but it can be simplified and broken down into manageable pieces. At the basic level, ASTM D 2000 identifies rubber products based... (View Full Article)

New Privacy Policy

We have adopted new policies. Please read each one carefully.

OK