Oil seals – often called grease, fluid or dirt seals – close spaces between stationary and moving components in mechanical equipment, helping prevent lubricant escape. They also stop harmful contaminants from entering machinery, particularly in severe environments. Vital components of practically every type of machine and vehicle in operation, oil seals protect all types of precision-constructed, close-fitting ball, sleeve and roller bearings.

  • Nitrile Rubber (NBR) Seals Nitrile seals are best suited for general purposes and applications requiring resistance to aliphatic hydrocarbons, petroleum oils, water and hydraulic fluids. Nitrile is effective within a temperature range of --30°C to 100°C

  • Viton Seals Viton is best suited for diverse sealing jobs that require high temperature and chemical resistance Viton seals are superior to Nitrile in this regard as they can withstand temperatures up between -20°C to 210°C, Viton  seals are ineffective and prone to failure below -15°C in dynamic applications, as they become inflexible and hard.
  • Metal Closed Seals
  • V-Ring Seals
  • End Cap Seals
  • Nilos Ring
  • O-Rings, Cords & Kits

An O ring is a simple form of a seal. It closes off a gap between two surfaces so that liquids or gases cannot pass through in any direction.