Product Overview

  • O-Ring
  • Oil Seal
  • Adhesive and Sealant
  • Monoseal
  • Gasket
  • Engineering Plastics
  • Wear Ring
  • Hose

What are O-Ring?

An O-ring is a doughnut-shaped object or torus. The opposite sides of an O-ring are squeezed between the walls of the cavity or “gland” into which the O-ring is installed. The resulting zero clearance within the gland provides an effective seal, blocking the flow of liquids or gases through the gland’s internal passage. An O-ring is defined by its dimensions (based on inside [hole] diameter and cross section), durometer (Shore A hardness), and material composition. Illustration 3.1 demonstrates three applications showing the two basic categories of O-rings: STATIC– contained within a non-moving gland as in a face seal, and DYNAMIC– contained within a moving gland as in a piston or rod seal.

O-Ring Applications

TRANSPORTATION

In industries like passenger automotive, heavy duty trucking, and aerospace, severe conditions call for high performance products. Chemical exposure, extreme temperatures and vibration are all factors that affect elastomer selection for O-Rings. Custom compounds have been produced to meet strict OEM and Tier 1 specifications and are continually refined to adhere to biofuel and emissions requirements.

MEDICAL

In the medical field syringe, pump, filtration and connectors require specialty FDA grade O-Rings.

OIL, GAS & INDUSTRIAL

Valves, gas pumps, fittings, dispensers and storage tanks need sealing solutions that can withstand extreme temperatures, noxious chemicals, and high compression. Specialty compounds like peroxide and triazine-cured perfluoroelastomers assure heat and chemical resistance.

ELECTRONICS

Semiconductor processing and dust protection in consumer electronics call for O-Rings to be manufactured in clean environments. Particulate and contaminant-free O-Rings are available in a wide range of compounds.

FOOD & BEVERAGE

Specialty 3A sanitary, NSF-61 and water service O-Rings and seals are ideal for the food processing, beverage dispensing and water filtration markets.

What are Oil Seal?

Oil Seal is also known as a Rotary Shaft Seal, Shaft Seal, Lip Seal, Elastomeric Lip Seal or any variation of these. It is a simple device for excluding dust, dirt, water or any other contaminant whilst retaining lubricant in rotary shaft equipment. Generally, it has been developed as a means of protecting the bearings of rotating shafts. An oil seal is designed to perform three major functions: to prevent lubricants from leaking outside the seal even under high pressure, to act as a barrier to retain the lubricating oil, and to prevent dirt and other contaminants from entering the unit.

Different Types of Oil Seal

TYPE TC

Double lip with a garter spring, rubber covered outside diameter to improved outside diameter sealing ability.

TYPE TA

Double lip with a garter spring, metal outside diameter with an inner case.

TYPE SC

Single lip with a garter spring, rubber covered outside diameter to improved outside diameter sealing ability.

TYPE TCN

Double lip with a garter spring, close tape, half metal and half rubber

TYPE SA

Single lip with a garter spring, metal outside diameter with an inner case.

TYPE KC

Double lip without a garter spring, rubber covered outside diameter to improve sealing ability.

TYPE DC

Double lip with a double garter spring, rubber covered outside diameter to improve sealing ability.

TYPE VB

Single lip without a garter spring, rubber covered outside diameter with ground surface and front chamfer

TYPE VC

Single lip without a double garter spring, rubber covered outside diameter to improve sealing ability.

TYPE TB

Double lip with a garter spring, metal outside diameter with ground surface and front chamfer.

TYPE DB

Double lip with a double garter spring, metal case outside diameter.

What are Adhesive and Sealants?

Adhesive is also known as glue, cement, mucilage, or paste. It is any non-metallic substance applied to one or both surfaces of two separate items that binds them together and resists their separation. Sealant is a substance used to block the passage of fluids through the surface or joints or openings in materials. It is a type of mechanical seal. In building construction sealant is sometimes synonymous with caulking and also serve the purposes of blocking dust, sound and heat transmission. Sealants may be weak or strong, flexible or rigid, permanent or temporary.

 

 

What are Monoseal?

Oil Seal is also known as a Rotary Shaft Seal, Shaft Seal, Lip Seal, Elastomeric Lip Seal or any variation of these. It is a simple device for excluding dust, dirt, water or any other contaminant whilst retaining lubricant in rotary shaft equipment. Generally, it has been developed as a means of protecting the bearings of rotating shafts. An oil seal is designed to perform three major functions: to prevent lubricants from leaking outside the seal even under high pressure, to act as a barrier to retain the lubricating oil, and to prevent dirt and other contaminants from entering the unit.

Different Types of Oil Seal

TYPE TC

Double lip with a garter spring, rubber covered outside diameter to improved outside diameter sealing ability.

TYPE TC

Double lip with a garter spring, metal outside diameter with an inner case.

 

What are Gaskets?

Oil Seal is also known as a Rotary Shaft Seal, Shaft Seal, Lip Seal, Elastomeric Lip Seal or any variation of these. It is a simple device for excluding dust, dirt, water or any other contaminant whilst retaining lubricant in rotary shaft equipment. Generally, it has been developed as a means of protecting the bearings of rotating shafts. An oil seal is designed to perform three major functions: to prevent lubricants from leaking outside the seal even under high pressure, to act as a barrier to retain the lubricating oil, and to prevent dirt and other contaminants from entering the unit.

Different Types of Oil Seal

TYPE TC

Double lip with a garter spring, rubber covered outside diameter to improved outside diameter sealing ability.

TYPE TC

Double lip with a garter spring, metal outside diameter with an inner case.

 

What are Engineering Plastics?

Oil Seal is also known as a Rotary Shaft Seal, Shaft Seal, Lip Seal, Elastomeric Lip Seal or any variation of these. It is a simple device for excluding dust, dirt, water or any other contaminant whilst retaining lubricant in rotary shaft equipment. Generally, it has been developed as a means of protecting the bearings of rotating shafts. An oil seal is designed to perform three major functions: to prevent lubricants from leaking outside the seal even under high pressure, to act as a barrier to retain the lubricating oil, and to prevent dirt and other contaminants from entering the unit.

Different Types of Oil Seal

TYPE TC

Double lip with a garter spring, rubber covered outside diameter to improved outside diameter sealing ability.

TYPE TC

Double lip with a garter spring, metal outside diameter with an inner case.

 

What are Wear Rings?

Oil Seal is also known as a Rotary Shaft Seal, Shaft Seal, Lip Seal, Elastomeric Lip Seal or any variation of these. It is a simple device for excluding dust, dirt, water or any other contaminant whilst retaining lubricant in rotary shaft equipment. Generally, it has been developed as a means of protecting the bearings of rotating shafts. An oil seal is designed to perform three major functions: to prevent lubricants from leaking outside the seal even under high pressure, to act as a barrier to retain the lubricating oil, and to prevent dirt and other contaminants from entering the unit.

Different Types of Oil Seal

TYPE TC

Double lip with a garter spring, rubber covered outside diameter to improved outside diameter sealing ability.

TYPE TC

Double lip with a garter spring, metal outside diameter with an inner case.

 

What are Hose?

Oil Seal is also known as a Rotary Shaft Seal, Shaft Seal, Lip Seal, Elastomeric Lip Seal or any variation of these. It is a simple device for excluding dust, dirt, water or any other contaminant whilst retaining lubricant in rotary shaft equipment. Generally, it has been developed as a means of protecting the bearings of rotating shafts. An oil seal is designed to perform three major functions: to prevent lubricants from leaking outside the seal even under high pressure, to act as a barrier to retain the lubricating oil, and to prevent dirt and other contaminants from entering the unit.

Different Types of Oil Seal

TYPE TC

Double lip with a garter spring, rubber covered outside diameter to improved outside diameter sealing ability.

TYPE TC

Double lip with a garter spring, metal outside diameter with an inner case.

 

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