Pump Shaft Seals

Face Materials

Pump Seals come in a wide range of designs however the most important factor.

Face Materials

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In-line Pump Seals

The term In-line seals simply refers to seals that are mounted to a shaft or sleeve.

In-line Pump Seals

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Metal Bellows

Metal bellows mechanical seals feature a bellows core made of one of several types...

Metal Bellows

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PTFE Pump Seals

Mechanical seals often need to be used in chemical applications.

PTFE Pump Seals

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Plumbing Plans:


    Internal recirculation from pump to discharge

    Recirculation from pump case through strainer, orifice and cooler to pump seal.

    Recirculation from pump case through orifice to pump seal

    Recirculation from pump case through cyclone separator delivering clean fluid through cooler to seal and fluid with solids back to pump suction.


    Dead-ended blanket
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    External fluid reservoir: non-pressurized: forced circulation
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    Dead-ended seal box with no circulation of flush fluid. Water cooled box jacket and throat bushing required unless otherwise specified.

    Recirculation from seal with pumping ring through cooler and back to mechanical  seal.

    Recirculation from pump case through strainer and orifice seal.

    Recirculation from pump case through cyclone separator delivering clean fluid to seal and fluid with solids back to pump suction.

    Tapped connections on pump seal for users use


    External fluid reservoir pressurized; forced circulation
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    Recirculation from pump case through orifice and cooler to pump seal.

    Recirculation from seal chamber through orifice and back to pump suction.

    Injection to seal from external source of clean fluid.

    External fluid quench (steam gas, water, ethylene glycol, etc)

    Circulation of clean fluid from an external system

     

    Both ANSI and API plans for pump seals are represented above. We also show examples of pump seals seal pots at Seal Pots.

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