Rubber Oil Seal Seal shield and Bearing Shields National Oil Seals Rubber seal ring
Oil seals have a flexible lip that rubs against a shaft or housing to prevent the leakage or contamination of fluids and debris. For proper installation, the seal lip should point towards the lubrication being contained. Some oil seals have a spring to help keep the lip in contact with the shaft. The sealing orientation and direction is important to consider for oil seals and grease seals. Rod seals are radial seals. The seal is press-fit into a housing bore with the sealing lip contacting the shaft. Piston seals are radial seals. These seals are primarily used for rotary applications only. V-ring seals are all rubber seals used primarily to exclude dirt and other contaminants. V-rings stretch over a shaft and seal against the side of a housing or other machine component. There are many different styles of clearance, or labyrinth seals.
Timken offers an extensive line of National oil seals available in a wide variety of materials and sizes. These National oil seals are available as oil or grease seals or v-seals; they are also available as wear sleeves and a line of o-ring seal kits is also offered. Manufactured to stringent quality requirements and standards, Timken`s line of National oil seals are depended on worldwide. These seals are stocked in both metric and inch dimensions.
All of Timken`s National oil seals and o-ring seal kits are utilized in industries around the world including: agriculture, textiles, automotive, food and mining and oil drilling. Timken also offers an option for those customers requiring a sealing product quickly--Redi-Seals. These seals are most often available within 24 hours, when required.
For the discerning customer looking for a higher quality seal, Timken`s extensive line of National oil seals can meet any design requirement. Feel free to contact us at Dalton Bearing Service, Inc. with any inquiries regarding National oil seals.