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  • Piston Cups

    Piston Cups
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    Piston Cups are primarily used on piston heads, plungers or rams in hydraulic or pneumatic service. Its mechanical sealing surface is at its periphery. Piston Cups are commonly used because of economical cost, excellent service life, efficient assemble, universal acceptance, and simple accessories.

    Fabric reinforced Piston Cups prevent extrusion in medium pressure installations (up to 1000 psi) or where diametrical clearances are greater.

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  • Rod Wiper - AN Style

    Rod Wiper - AN Style
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    The main function of the Rod Wiper is to keep the rod and cylinder clean and free from foreign matter; thus preventing premature failure. The Rod Wiper is not a pressure sealing element, yet it avoids possible abrasive effects which may result if contaminants were to reach the sealing and rod bearing elements.

    Designed for light duty applications where style WD wipers are not required. Interchangeable with corresponding dash numbers of MS28776 wiper rings.

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  • Standard Lip Seal

    Standard Lip Seal
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    Standard Lip Seals Are Designed To Improve Performance Of Rods Or Pistons..

    Standard Lip Seals are molded from 92 Durometer Urethane with a 70 Durometer Nitrile energizer. The energizer ensures constant pressure on the sealing lips. Energizing the sealing lips with an endless O-ring assures uniform, positive lip contact and excellent low pressure sealing. Seal depth is equal to the radial width, which results in a square design. Can be widely used to interchange with existing hydraulic packing and/or O-rings without changing dimensions. Available in a wide range of 3/8 to 5-/4 inch diameters of various dimensional sizes.

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  • U Cup - AN Style

    U Cup - AN Style
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    U-Cups derive their name from their shape and are self-sealing on both the inside diameter and outside diameter. They are most often used for sealing rams or rods and are very popular due to the small gland space required. They are especially adapted to low speed, low pressure environments for both pnuematic and hydraulic cylinders. They provide an extremely smooth, steady movement because of their inherent low friction.

    The seal is obtained by means of the flared, flexible lips coming in contact with the rod or cylinder wall. Clearance is provided at the heel for minimum friction. Through this design, the packing is preloaded when installed. Sealing effectiveness is increased by internal pressure of the air or fluid against the inner surface of the lips. For continued sealing effectiveness and long seal life, the surface finish of the working surface of either rods or bores should be a maximum of 16 microinches. It is not recommended that U-cups or any other single lip seal be used in any application where there is excessive side loading.

    The 6226 Series U-Cup has a flat sealing lip and is available in 70 Durometer Nitrile.

    The lips of the U-Cup should always be toward the pressure force. The U-Cup is a floating seal which means the height of the U-Cup should be between .015" to .090" shorter than the depth of the gland. (See the Packing Space Chart below). The added gland space allows the pressure to equalize on both lips, thus keeping the U-Cup from rolling. The surface finish for a static seal surface should be 32 RMS maximum. The dynamic surface should be in the range of 8 to 16 RMS. Finishes rougher than 16 RMS could cause premature lip wear and finishes finer than 8 RMS can result in failure of the seal due to loss of lubrication.

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