Radial shaft seals meet diverse challenges

Published:  18 August, 2021

FREUDENBERG SEALING TECHNOLOGIES has announced it has developed a broad portfolio of Simmerring radial shaft seals to meet the diverse challenges of the food, beverage, pharmaceutical and chemical industries. This includes various product families in different materials that meet the industry specific legal requirements.

The company says the original Simmerring serves as a flexible and highly durable solution for sealing drive shafts. There are special designs made of elastomer materials for use in the process industry, such as 75 Fluoroprene XP 45, 70 EPDM 291 or 70 NBR 335. These have been specially developed for contact with foods and pharmaceuticals and are also certified in accordance with industry- and country-specific standards. The Simmerring product family consists of different designs for the process industry: BAUM as a friction-optimised standard design with a rubberised outer sleeve, BAUMSL with a protective lip for heavily contaminated environments, and BAC as a partially or fully encapsulated radial shaft seal for increased hygiene requirements. The Simmerring offers many advantages, such as high resistance to media, good adaptability to customer-specific requirements, and the availability of numerous tools in standard dimensions.

The Simmerring offers many advantages, such as high resistance to media, good adaptability to customer-specific requirements, and the availability of numerous tools in standard dimensions.

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