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Effective Sealing Solutions for Heavy-Duty Equipment The Advantages of Floating Seals

The resistance of floating seals to wear and harm brought on by abrasive particles and other contaminants is another benefit. High-strength materials, such as chrome steel or alloy steel, which are impervious to corrosion and wear, are usually used to create the metal rings. Additionally, the seals frequently have unique characteristics like grooves and passages that aid in flushing out debris and stop the accumulation of contaminants.


Where are duo cone seals used

You can have a Duo-cone seal on your track drive or final drive motor (aka, floating face seal). If so, you undoubtedly want to know what prompts early seal failure so you can ensure yours lasts as long as possible. Fortunately, that's the subject of this Shop Talk blog post. Mechanical seals called duo-cone seals (sometimes called face seals) are used to keep oil within your final drive motor and to keep harmful contaminants outside. These seals are made of two metal faces, hence the name "floating face seals," and two flexible toric rings that squeeze the faces together to create a tight seal. Toric rings are created from