Product hydraulic seal
Vee Packing are multiple-lip (chevron) seals comprised of a group of endless rings and are Popular for sealing rods and pistons.
U-Cups derive their name from their shape and are self-sealing on both the inside diameter and outside diameter. They are most often used for sealing rams or rods and are very popular due to the small gland space required.
Back-up rings are washer-like devices that are used to prevent a seal from extruding through any gaps while under pressure. Back-up rings are not seals themselves, but are usually used in conjunction with O-rings in high-pressure applications. Typical applications include hydraulic cylinders and high-pressure hydraulic systems, and high-pressure valves.
The T-Seal is compact and provides an excellent option to bulkier types of seals in a double or single acting application. The T-Seal is used in reciprocating hydraulic and pneumatic equipment and in high-pressure applications.
Two-part seal requiring no lubrication. Provides bi-directional sealing.Easy installation and removal, and can be cut in the field for easier installation.
Wear Rings are Glass Filled Nylon. The use of these non-metallic wear rings totally eliminates metal-to-metal contact and the subsequent galling and scoring of cylinder bores and rods
Wear strips are designed to eliminate scoring in hydraulic and pneumatic applications by preventing metal to metal contact. They are used in reciprocating, rotary, and oscillating motion environments.
The main function of the Rod Wiper is to keep the rod and cylinder clean and free from foreign matter; thus preventing premature failure.
Loaded Lip Seals are very versatile and can be used as rod seals or piston seals. They are considered to be multi-purpose seals and are designed for significantly improved performance.
U-Packing Seals/ Rod Wipers The U-Ring (U-Packing) is the most compact and versatile of the many lip type seals available
Wipers are installed in the sealing configurations of hydraulic cylinders to prevent contaminants such as dirt, dust and moisture from entering the cylinder as they retract back into the system. Contamination can cause significant damage to the rod, cylinder wall, seals, and other components, and is one of the primary causes of premature seal and component failure in a fluid power system. The wiper seal is the most undervalued seal type in the hydraulic cylinder in relation to its important function. Particular attention should be drawn to its selection, the surrounding environment and service conditions must also be taken into special consideration.