Omniseal® Rotary Lip Seals

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Omniseal®
20 Rotary Lip Seals

Omniseal® 20 lip seals are modifications of the Omniseal® 10 seal design. This sealing solution offers longer life and improved sealing of gases and abrasive media due to their higher lip load. They also offer additional runout capability. They can operate at speeds and pressure as noted for the Omniseal® 10 lip seal.

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Typical applications include gear boxes, submersible pumps/motors, and mixers.

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Standard Specifications
Materials

Metal Material (for outer case)

Fluoroloy® PTFE compounds

Expert design engineers will decide on the most suitable material choice to meet your application needs.

Used in

Typical applications include gearboxes, submersible pumps/motors and mixers.

Temperature

-50 to +200°C (-58 to +392°F)

Pressure

5 bar (0.5 MPa)

Max speed

25 m/s

Dimensions: Shaft / Bore Diameters

Shaft size ranges
6 - 330 mm (metal cased)

Bore size ranges
16 - 380 mm (metal cased)

Minimum Tolerances
Shaft: +/- 0.003", Bore: +/- 0.001"

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Seal Function & Motion

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Dynamic Applications (Rotary Shaft Solutions)

These are used in dynamic applications, in which at least two hardware surfaces come in contact with one another. In dynamic applications, at least one surface is in motion relative to the other. A typical example is a hydraulic cylinder with shaft and bore. Further, there are two directions of motion in dynamic applications: reciprocating or linear motion, and rotary (including oscillating) motion. We offer mostly radial seals (rod seals and piston seals) in such applications. Occasionally, the application may be a combination of both static and dynamic. For these more complex cases, you can contact our team of experts

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Radial Sealing

The sealing solution is radial. Radial sealing has glands that compress seals in a radial direction. Male glands are machined in the shaft, whereas female glands are machined in the bore. Radial sealing is usually, but not always, dynamic.

 

We also offer rod seals and piston seals for these applications. Axial sealing has glands that compress seals parallel to the axis of the seal. Glands are machined on the face of the hardware. Axial sealing is usually, but not always, static. Omniseal® Solutions offers inside and outside face seals in such applications.

Industry Case Studies

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