Oil Seal

Oil Seal
An oil seal is a mechanical seal used to prevent the leakage of fluids, such as oil or grease, from a rotating shaft in various types of machinery and equipment. It creates a barrier between the shaft and the housing or bore in which the shaft rotates, ensuring that lubricants remain contained and contaminants are kept out. Oil seals are critical to ensuring rotating machinery's proper functioning and longevity.

Features and benefits:
  • Temperature resistance
  • Resistance to pressure and friction
  • Cost-effective
Item Code Inner Diameter Outer Diameter Width Material Working Temperature

Food Processing Machinery
Mining & Construction
Pumps and Compressors
Oil & Gas
Home Appliances


Q: Can oil seals be reused?

Oil seals are generally designed for single use. Once they have been installed and used, they should not be reused, as the integrity of the sealing lip may be compromised.

Q: What are the limitations of oil seals?

  • Wear and Tear- Oil seals may wear over time due to friction and exposure to harsh operating conditions, requiring replacement during routine maintenance.
  • Temperature and Chemical Limits- Some oil seal materials may have limitations in extreme temperature or chemical exposure, necessitating appropriate material selection for specific applications.

Q: What are the common causes of oil seal failure?

Common causes of oil seal failure include excessive shaft runout, misalignment, inadequate lubrication, high operating temperatures, chemical attack, and physical damage during installation or operation.