Seals are required to prevent unwanted leakage to the pump’s surroundings around the pump shaft. There are many different seal types, from basic packing, to rubber rings, to more complex components. Many pump systems now employ mechanical seals consisting of a rotating and stationary part. Seal performance greatly influences pump performance and seal failure is a common cause of pump downtime. As a result, correct seal choice is a vital consideration in designing any pump system.

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John Crane is a global leader in rotating equipment solutions, supplying engineered technologies and services to process industries. The company designs and manufactures a variety of products including mechanical seals and systems, couplings,…

EagleBurgmann, a joint venture of the German Freudenberg Group and the Japanese EKK Group, is one of the internationally leading companies for industrial sealing technology. Our products such as mechanical seals and expansion joints are used…

Weir Minerals is a global leader in supplying total solutions for slurry transportation, minerals processing, tailings, dewatering and comminution applications. We are market leaders in providing trusted technology and unrivalled service to enhance…

Kelair Pumps is a privately-owned pump company that commenced operations in 1975. Our mission is to provide our clients with a range of world renowned high-quality products supported by knowledgeable staff. We take pride in our pump knowledge and…

From small domestic pressure systems to large industrial process pumps, Brown Brothers Engineers provides a full range of pumps and pumping solutions to meet your needs. Brown Brothers Engineers is the distributor for some of the world’s leading…