Sanping Rotary Seal

In order to prevent oil from leaking from the gap of the machine, the rotary oil seal needs to prevent the leakage of water and chemical liquids, as well as the intrusion of dust and sand from the outside, in addition to the oil.

Types of Rotary Seal

Advantages of Rotary Shaft Seals

Long-term sealing performance: Rotary shaft seals provide reliable sealing performance over the long-term, which ensures that the internal components of machinery remain free from contaminants.

Cost-effective: Rotary shaft seals are more cost-effective compared to other sealing solutions due to their simplicity and low maintenance requirements.

Space saving: Rotary shaft seals are designed to fit into small spaces, making them ideal for use in confined areas.

Rotary Seal FAQs

What is the Purpose of a Rotary Seal?

A rotary seal is used to create a secure and reliable seal between two parts that are rotating relative to each other. It is made up of an elastomeric seal ring which provides a secure seal between the two parts and helps to protect against leakage or contamination. Rotary seals are used in a variety of applications such as automotive, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, as well as pumps, compressors and other machinery.

What Are Rotary Seals Used For?

Rotating shaft leakage of gases and liquids is stopped by the use of rotary seals. By preventing dirt, dust, and other pollutants from entering and leaving, they also help to maintain lubrication and reduce wear on rotating parts.

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