Packing

Packing seals without adhesives or expansion.
Toroidal Sealing Rings (O-Rings)

Packing seals without adhesives or expansion.

Pre-Energized Vee Packing design model features geometry that guarantees tight seal. It does not require tightening of packing gland against seal or use adhesives at installation. It also does not rely on packing material swelling, which means product is suitable for use in water hydraulics and bio-degradable fluids. Available in sizes from Â-¼-96 in. dia in 20+ material configurations,...

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Asbestos PTFE Packing seals liquid pumps.
Packing

Asbestos PTFE Packing seals liquid pumps.

Made of white asbestos fiber cords impregnated with PTFE dispersion, Asbestos PTFE Packing is soft in texture and suitable for sealing pumps handling liquidated chemicals. Packing impregnated with optional lubricants is recommended for use with reciprocating pumps or for sealing in places where linear velocity is up to 10 m/s.

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Kevlar Packing suits hot water applications.
Cord and Cordage

Kevlar Packing suits hot water applications.

Universal Kevlar Packing is suited for pumps in all types of industries including chemicals, petrochemicals, paper, and sewage treatment. Since aramide fibers offer high stability, surface hardness of 40-60 HRC is recommended for shafts and protective sleeves to prevent contact surface wear.

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Peristaltic Pump Vs. i-FILL® Technology
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Peristaltic Pump Vs. i-FILL® Technology

Intellitech's advanced i-FILL® pumps are used by companies working in some of the world's most demanding sectors, delivering innovative, highly accurate and repeatable results, ensuring ultimate reliability and ease of use for all of our clients.

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Pump Packing never gets hard or brittle.
Packing

Pump Packing never gets hard or brittle.

Fiber GFO®, for use as compression packing, seals shafts on high-speed pumps, mixers, agitators, and other equipment with rotating or reciprocating shafts. Composite material will not score shafts. It runs cool through extended periods of continuous operation at shaft speeds to 4,300 fpm. Packing is temperature tolerant from -400 to +550 °F and is chemically inert over entire 0 to 14...

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