design sketch Radial Shaft Seals
design sketch RSS - closed rings w/ metal cage

RSS - closed rings with metal cage

"Classical" radial shaft seals with metal cage, rubber sealing lip (spring-loaded in most cases) and optional dust lips. Used for sealing shafts against oil or grease and to avoid outside contamination

design sketch RSS - closed rings w/ PTFE

RSS - closed rings with PTFE

Specialized radial shaft seals with a metal cage and PTFE sealing lip. Low friction, high chemical resistance, good dry running properties and wide applicable temperature range are a few of the characteristics

design sketch RSS - w/o closed cage

RSS - without closed cage

"Classical" radial shaft seals without metal cage, instead with fabric or metal strip enforcement. Design without metal cage allows for much larger diameters at moderate costs and possible installation of replacement parts without disassembling the shaft

design sketch RSS - closed rings w/ PTFE & Rubber

RSS - closed rings with PTFE and Rubber

Radial seals for sealing piston rods, consisting of PTFE profile rings and o-rings as preload components, or special form parts made from fabric enforced rubber. Used for pivoting and radial movements


Combined RSS

Radial shaft seals combined with PU elements or additional sealing rings made from rubber and metal. The additional elements fulfill special functions like creating an idependent running surface, increasing dirt resistance, adding radial sealing functionality or securing sealing during axial movement.

design sketch End Caps

End Caps

Sealing covers with vulcanized metal insert made of sheet steel and either metal or rubbert/metal outer sleeves. Used for closing installation bores e.g. in gearboxes

design sketch Shaft Sleeves

Shaft Sleeves

Shaft repair sleeve made from steel, as counter surface for the radial shaft seal. Can be used to avoid reworking of shafts or to use shafts that do not have the right surface properties to run radial shaft seals on them