Split dirt-exclusion seal.
The seal is stretched onto the shaft and rotates with the shaft and seals axially against the bearing side wall, housing, washer or even the heel of the pressure seal. The flexible sealing lip applies an axial force that reduces as the shaft RPM increases, leading to low friction and heat. Low contact force allows the seal to accommodate coaxial misalignment or runout. The R6VE is secured to the shaft by a clamping device and seals against the bearing face. It can be fitted in situations without disassembly of the equipment. The seal spins with the shaft and uses centrifugal force to create exclusion force. Small quantities are available in 1 to 3 days.
|Material||Continuous Pressure||Temperature||Surface Speed|
|N101||No Pressure||-13 to 212°F (-25 to 100°C)||Up to 1,800 fpm (9m/s)|
|N102||No Pressure||-13 to 302°F (-25 to 150°C)||Up to 2,800 fpm (14m/s)|
|V101||No Pressure||-4 to 392°F (-20 to 200°C)||Up to 4,000 fpm (20m/s)|