Large diameter seals

SKF Large Diameter Seals are designed for severe operating challenges in hazardous conditions and feature metal- and rubber-cased outside diameters

07/09/2013


SKF Large Diameter Seals are designed for severe operating challenges in hazardous conditions and feature metal- and rubber-cased outside diameters. Courtesy: SKFSKF Large Diameter Seals are designed to withstand severe operating challenges in the steel, pulp and paper, and mining industries, among many others. The seals can be supplied in a variety of designs to satisfy particular industry applications. Standard designs include metal-cased outside diameters, rubber-cased outside diameters, and all-rubber types both in spilt and solid styles. The seals can be manufactured in virtually any size shaft diameter greater than 4 in. (102mm). Other features include springless profiles to pump away contaminants, integrated PTFE-excluding elements for dusty and abrasive particle exclusion, and V-ring seal styles.

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