From the shock of ignition and the vibrations of lift-off, to the harsh vacuum of space, engineers in the space industry trust the experts at Technetics Group to seal and protect vital systems on their spacecraft. In this program, we’ll dive into the science behind static metal seals and what goes into specifying the appropriate sealing solution for critical space applications. Read more...More Product Announcements from Technetics Group
Unlike flexible graphite cut gaskets, the compression of the ORIGRAF® die-formed seal is limited by a mechanical stop: groove or inner and/or outer ring. In the case of assemblies subject to extreme pressure and/or temperature this design prevents application of an excessive seating stress on the seal during transients. Read more...More Product Announcements from Technetics Group
How CinchSeal Saves One of the Largest Bakery Companies $100,000 Every Year
The CinchSeal 9700 series of rotary shaft seals are designed for mixing and blending equipment in a variety of industries, from foodservice to pharmaceutical, chemical industries, and even pet food. It’s manufactured entirely out of stainless steel, which is often required in these food proces... Read more...More Product Announcements from CinchSeal
When it comes to processing operations, it is important to have the right shaft seal. Watch this video about a difference between traditional and modern, ¼” (6.35mm) runout-tolerant shaft seal types and how to reduce maintenance costs by 90% by creating hygienically clean environments and preventing shaft damage, and product recalls. Read more...More Product Announcements from CinchSeal
Mechanical-packing effluent costs add an estimated $6,300 to $10,000 annually to the plant's operating budget. Replacing shafts that have been worn down from mechanical packing can cost companies upwards to $10,000 or more per shaft as they suffer from production losses, resulting in hundreds of thousands of dollars. Read more...More Product Announcements from CinchSeal
Rotary shaft seals have a simple job: keep the bad stuff out and the good stuff in. It’s simple, but it’s not easy. A bad seal can be costly in many ways include lost product, contaminated product, frequent maintenance, housekeeping headaches and more. CinchSeal 9700 series seals, developed to seal slurry and blending equipment, are the focus here. Read more...More Product Announcements from CinchSeal
Just what does being certified organic by the United States Department of Agriculture actually mean?
The goal of going through the USDA certification process is to earn the right to use the USDA certified organic seal and display the certified USDA organic logo on products. This will visibly set businesses apart from the competition. Read more...More Product Announcements from CinchSeal
It’s downright amazing just how widespread the application of rotary shaft seals is, both in terms of the specific equipment they’re incorporated into and the different industries they power.
To demonstrate the sheer breadth of manufacturing and processing settings our state-of-the-art CinchSeal products serve, we thought we’d put the spotlight on five lesser-kno... Read more...More Product Announcements from CinchSeal
4 Reasons To Buy CinchSeal’s Rotary Shaft Seals
Whether you’re in food and beverage processing, pharmaceutical manufacturing or any industry that requires keeping product in and contamination out, CinchSeal rotary shaft seals offer four solutions to your cost-saving challenges:
- Fast return on investment
- Elimination of material loss....../li>