Centrifugal Pumps feature double cartridge seals.

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Suited for corrosive and abrasive materials, Series 1700 Seals on Stan-Cor Centrifugal Pumps are hydraulically-balanced and feature cassette-within-a-cartridge design. Removable inner cassette allows gland to be reused with each new seal. Friction drive lock ring with cap screw assures alignment and eliminates slippage to facilitate installation. Self-centering locators are internal to seal and are not removed, allowing shaft to be rotated during assembly.



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New Double Cartridge Pump Seals Eliminate Time, Effort and Cost of Rebuilding Conventional Pump Cartridge Seals



MINNEAPOLIS, MN - Wanner Engineering introduces 1700 Series double cartridge seals for use with their Stan-Cor Series centrifugal pumps. These seals are hydraulically-balanced and feature a unique cassette-within-a-cartridge design that reduces costs with a removable inner cassette that allows the gland to be reused with each new seal. 1700 series seals are fitted for applications handling extremely corrosive and abrasive materials.

The 1700 series eliminates the time, effort and cost of rebuilding conventional cartridge seals. With its "disposable" inner cassette, users can easily replace seals in the field. This eliminates redundant seal and gland inventory requirements, shipping and handling costs, service charges for expedited repair, and pump downtime for increased productivity.

Unlike the labor intensive and difficult installation procedures common to conventional seals, the 1700 series is as simple as popping in a new cassette, with a single pin lining up the seal with the reusable gland. A friction drive lock ring with one cap screw assures alignment and eliminates slippage for easy installation. Unlike conventional seals with centering clips that need to be removed before start-up, these seals self-centering locators are internal to the cartridge seal and are not removed. This also allows the shaft to be conveniently rotated during assembly without effort.

For more information contact: Wanner Engineering Inc., 1204 Chestnut Ave., Minneapolis, MN 55403; Telephone: 612/332-5681; Fax: 612/332-6937; e-mail: sales@wannereng.com; or visit www.stancorpump.com.

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