Elastomeric Bellows Seals are designed so that all rotary components are contained with no loose parts that could potentially get damaged during fitting.
All elastomeric bellows seals feature static sealing on the shaft that cannot cause shaft wear or fretting. These bellows seals are designed with no loose parts that could be damaged during installation, and feature static sealing that cannot cause shaft wear or fretting.
Bellows seals are recommended for applications with media containing solids and for hygienic applications, due to their non-clogging, self-adjusting and robust design. These seals are also customisable – they can be specially produced to any working length and seat housing configuration.
TYPE 14DIN / 142DIN
Universal, compact, heavy duty bellows seal with a choice of DIN working lengths.
Robust rubber bellows seal with larger than DIN cross section and O-ring mounted stationary to suit common, originally European, housing dimensions.
Conical spring, O-ring mounted, shaft directional dependent seal with inserted seal face and stationary seal to suit DIN housings.
Rubber bellows seal with narrow profile of Type 14DIN and suited to common UK metric and imperial dimensions with boot-mounted stationary.
High performance, heavy duty, full convolution rubber bellows seal inside a stainless steel casing.
Suitable for a wide range of applications, such as pumps, mixers, agitators and compressors, they can also be used where a previous seal has caused shaft damage.
Eastern Seals UK Ltd supplies a range of elastomeric bellows seals to suit a range of applications and media, from water and general liquids through to mildly aggressive and aggressive fluids. We offer elastomeric bellows seals in a variety of materials to suit different applications.
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