As one of the most common seals for rotating shafts, gland seals can be used in low or full discharge arrangements, using discharge water to prevent material from seeping into the pump housing. This seal is suitable for almost all pumping applications. Polytetrafluoroethylene or aramid fibers are used as fillers in landfills where corrosive solids or high temperatures can be found. To further increase the wear resistance of the shaft, a ceramic sleeve can be used.
Centrifugal seal propeller
The combination of impeller and compressor creates the necessary pressure to seal against leaks. Along with a stuffing box seal or lip that acts as a seal closure, this type of seal can handle the sealing requirements because the lack of water in the field can make it impossible to completely seal the board or allow water to enter the seal. Pump chamber Dilute the Pulp.
Advances in sealing technology have allowed us to create a mechanical seal that ensures zero leakage. The cartridge type mechanical seal is easy to install and replace. Other types of mechanical seals are optional to accommodate sand and gravel pumps in a variety of pumping applications. We also use ceramics and special alloys of high strength and high hardness in friction parts. The unique design and the perfect fit between the mechanical seal and the seal chamber provide excellent resistance to wear and impact, ensuring its effectiveness in the harshest conditions.