1.Oil seal is a component of a machine that seals lubricants, constructed of rubber, garter spring, and an internal case.
2.While preventing the leakage of lubricants, water, or chemicals, and oil seal also prevents the entry of dust and dirt into the machine.
3.What is OIL SEAL？
NBR (Nitrile Butadiene Rubber) is used mainly in applications where the seals are in constant contact with grease and mineral oil. Since this material is abrasion resistance, it can also be used in demanding applications as seen in shock absorbers.
4.OIL SEAL Material？
Made of NBR nitrile rubber, its main feature is its high resistance to a variety of chemical agents such as animal and vegetable oils, greases, solvents and aliphatic hydrocarbons, methane and liquefied petroleum gas, water and salt solutions. Nitrile NBR has a temperature resistance range of -40°C to +100°C. It has good mechanical strength, UV and abrasion resistance, and is also resistant to low and high temperatures.
5.OIL SEAL Usage?
Nitrile-butadiene rubber (NBR) is often considered the backbone of the industrial and automotive rubber products industry. Mainly used in engine-motor shaft, gearbox seal.