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What is a Mechanical Seal?

Essentially, an end-face mechanical seal is a device used on a rotating shaft to prevent fluids from escaping and contaminants from getting into the system. Basically, it prevents fluids from leaking out of an asset, normally a centrifugal pump. Stuffing boxes or seal chambers house these seals. Pump shafts connect to motors (for example, an electric motor) at the drive area. more . . .


Seal Face Material Selection

The selection of the correct seal face materials is critical to the mechanical seal's performance. It might be said that the seal designer's material selection is the most crucial decision he or she will make. more . . .


Seal Selection

I. Service-based selections

When a customer requests a seal selection guide, he is most likely considering point solutions for his specific services, especially if his plant is small. As a result, particular services such as vacuum bottoms pumps, crude oil pipelines, propane pipelines, ethylene product pumps, cooling water pumps, and so on may be requested. Such service-based options are available in several application guidelines. For example, an API 682 Type-A De salter Effluent pump in a crude oil distillation plant with carbon/silicon carbide faces, peroxide cured per fluoroelastomer, Super Duplex metallurgy, and Plan 53A. more . . .


What is a Dry Gas Seal?

Dry gas seals consist of a mating (rotating) ring and a primary (stationary) ring that is non-contacting, dry-running mechanical face seals. When the spinning ring is in operation, the lifting geometry provides a fluid-dynamic lifting force, which causes the stationary ring to separate and create a gap between the two rings. Dry gas seals are mechanical seals that employ other substances and functions to keep a process clean. Oil exploration, extraction, and refining, petrochemical industries, gas transmission, and chemical processing are all common applications for these seals. more . . .


GASKET:

The space between two surfaces is sealed with a gasket, often known as an O-ring or washer. These products are typically constructed of rubber and come in a range of sizes and forms depending on their intended use.

The flat gasket is the most common form of the gasket. Its cross-section is shaped like a circle. Cylindrical gaskets come in sizes ranging from 1/4 inch to 3 inches in diameter. The diameter of cylindrical gaskets is usually circular. The tubular gasket looks like a long tube with different diameters on each end. more . . .

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