Seal Tag

Machining new seals is not as simple as cutting a new set of keys – though sometimes it can be as quick. Not only are the CNC machines used for seal cutting a lot more complex, designing the perfect seal profile and choosing the right...

Raj Jadow, National Key Account Manager at Seal Innovations offers insights on preventing seal failures in slurry pumps. As a key provider of sealing solutions to heavy industries such as mining, mineral processing, oil and gas, Seal Innovations – part of Motion Asia Pacific’s businesses – has developed...

Mechanical and packing seals have been sealing methods of choice for equipment such as pumps or agitators for many years. But, as Seal Innovations National Key Account Executive Raj Jadow and CBC Key Account Executive Neal Ragau explain, injectable packing can offer better results in the right application. For...

Since CBC engineers first introduced Scorpion seals as an alternative to standard taconite seals, the seals’ design has undergone further improvements. CBC Australia Principal Advisor Gary Payne says the design improvements have made the seals even more suited to rugged conditions such as those in mine...

Handling and storing gaskets and packaging products can be a challenging task if your inventory includes thousands of different line items. CBC Business Development Manager Rod Baker and Seal Innovations recently audited a major power station and helped reduce their gasket inventory from 5649 individual...

Leak-proof sealing solutions are particularly critical in the food and beverage sector. So when technicians at Seal Innovations came across leaking four-pin mixers at a major Australian food manufacturer’s site, they combined all of their experience and capabilities to bring the mixer back to its original performance level. This,...

The harvest season is a critical period for all farmers. Most crops need to be harvested within a limited window of time for crop growers to achieve the best results. But with the harvesting equipment often kept idle throughout the year, it is critical to ensure that machinery is ready to roll come harvest season.

It’s not uncommon for machinery in building material manufacturing to be exposed to large amounts of dust or water splashing. Be it in cement production plants, brick kilns or steel mills, heavy air-borne dust and high humidity can greatly impact the bearings’ performance. That is where...

According to lubrication industry expert Steve Keown, it is paramount that lubricant and penetrant products used in recycling plants are able to perform in environments that have a high concentration of contaminants. “Dirt, debris and water can come from the plant location itself or from the material that is being recycled, and they can hamper the effectiveness of the plant equipment and components. So, it is important that the lubrication can withstand these environments,” says Keown, CBC Australia’s Product Manager for Lubricants.