Offering you a complete choice of products which include reactor mechanical seal, single agitator mechanical seal, reactor mechanical seal without bearing assembly and 75mm double catridge mechanical seal.
An agitator is a device or mechanism to put something into motion by shaking or stirring. There are several types of agitation machines, including washing machine agitators (which rotate back and forth) and magnetic agitators (which contain a magnetic bar rotating in a magnetic field).Agitators can come in many sizes and varieties, depending on the application.
Agitator seal without bearing assembly. This kind of seal will be used in vacumn furnance. It can withstand upto 350deg C along with cooling provision. The combination used in this type is SIC/carbon VS Ceramic/Carbon because these type of faces used inside furnance will stand upto high temperatue.It withstad the atmospheric Pressure upto 10bar.Easily mountable.
Production Capacity: based on customer requirement
Double (or dual) mechanical seals are designed to ensure maximum sealing safety. These seals virtually eliminate leakage of the fluid or gas being handled in pumps or mixers.
A double mechanical seal has two primary seals with a barrier or buffer fluid area in between. Each primary seal typically consists of a softer, narrower stationary face accompanied by a harder, wider rotating face. This arrangement enables the softer seal to wear while maintaining the integrity of the harder faced seal during service.
Pump and seal manufacturers recommend double seals for a variety of reasons:
Prevent a hazardous product from reaching the atmosphere/polluting the environment
Avoid leakage of an expensive process fluid product
Maximize seal life by controlling the type of fluid film on the seal faces
Isolate the mechanical seal from atmospheric conditions
Provide an alternative when the process fluid will not provide stable and reliable lubrication of the seal faces (such as gaseous media, viscous fluids, non-settling slurries, or fluids liable to harden)
Establish a backup seal in the event of an inboard seal failure or planned equipment repair (or to identify seal failure during operation)
Avoid contamination of the process media should one seal fail