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Cartridge Seals
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2553
RCT
RCT
Rubber Bellow Seals
CNS
RB/BMG1
RB/BMG12
SB/S-43
SB/C2
SB/C1A
Metal Bellow Seals
MB Series
MB SERIES
MBC
MBC
MBF
MBF
MB 604T
MB/604T
MBF/802
Uni Directional Seals
 
ERS/N
 
ERS/I
 
ERS/B
 
ERS/M
 
ERS/P
 
ERS/BH12
 
RC/NS
Bi Directional Seals
 
PMC3D
 
RC/B-M6
Balanced Seals
RC/B
GMSB
RC/DRO
RC/C-109B
RC/NS
UnBalanced Seals
GMSU
707 & 808
ERS/BM7N
RC/C-109
RC/S10
APS & RC
Corrosion Resistant
GTB
GTB
Agitator / Mixer Seals
GRVB
GRVB
PV3
PV3

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Classification of Seals

By rated pressure

a) Unbalanced Seal - 95%: Below 12 ATM-Absolute
b) Balanced Seal - 5%: Above 10 ATM-Absolute

By Number of Units per installation

a) Single Seal- 90%
i) Spring(s) fitted on Rotary unit
ii) Spring(s) fitted on Stationary unit

b) Double Seal -<10% (Estimate only)
c) Multiple Seal -<1% (Estimate only)

By Mounting Arrangement

a) Inside seal - 95%: Rotary unit with spring inside
b) Outside seal- 5%: Rotary unit with spring outside

By Method of Mounting

a) Cartridge seals: Completely pre-assembled and preset at factory;
b) Conventional seals: individual seal parts handled separately, and seal assembled on pump by taking measurements as per seal instruction sheet/drg..

By Design Complexity

a) Simple systems with single helical spring;
b) Complex systems with multiple springs;
c) Mass produced systems with pressed metal components

 
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