Fluid Pump Seals

Product Overview

NCS offers a wide range of fluid pump sealing products, including mechanical seals, lip seals, oil seals, and rotary shaft seals. While there are many different applications for fluid pump seals, in general, this type of seal is used where a rotating shaft is passing through the stationary housing of a vessel, such as a pump, or where the vessel’s housing is rotating around the shaft.

Our fluid pump seals help to contain fluid within a vessel like a pump or a mixer, sealing off the fluid from exiting the rotating shaft. For example, without a proper seal, liquid that is under pressure could escape a pump and cause it to fail. Our fluid pump seals are used in a variety of applications from industrial engineering to automotive manufacturing. When you need reliable, high-quality fluid pump sealing products, look no further than North Coast Seal.

Types

of Fluid Pump Seals

NCS provides all of the relevant seals needed for your fluid pump sealing application, including:

  • Pump Seals
  • Oil Seals
  • Mechanical Seals
  • Lip Seals
  • Rotary Shaft Seals

You may hear a variety of seal types used interchangeably in discussions related to fluid pump sealing. While all have very similar applications, each is designed to provide a slightly unique function. For example, lip seals are intended to be used with lubricated parts to keep the lubricant in the bearing and keeping dirt and other contaminants out. If you are not sure which of our fluid sealing products will best serve your needs, please reach out to our team.

Engineered to Perform

Fluid Pump Seals

The success of your fluid pump application is dependent on the effectiveness of your seals. We are committed to providing the highest quality of seals with strong adhesion that will not fail. Whether you are looking for rotary shaft seals or oil seals, you will find the fluid pump seals you need at NCS.

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