New Literature Offered On Chesterton Labyrinth Seals

A.W. Chesterton Co. of Stoneham, Mass., is offering free literature describing the new Chesterton Labyrinth Seal that provides an effective barrier against water or other contaminants that destroy bearings.

The publication states that the Chesterton Labyrinth Seal consists of a stationary that is pressed into the housing bore with appropriate sized mounting rings and a rotary that is driven on the shaft by Viton O-rings. The close tolerances of these parts ensures effective sealing and efficient operation.

The seal is ideal for use in pumps, motors, compressors, fans, turbines, blowers, mixers, gear boxes, lathes, pillow blocks, etc.

The literature contains an application guide as well as a cutaway illustration that shows how noncontacting rotary and stationary elements restrict flow path and eliminate shaft wear caused by lip seals.

For further information and a free copy of the literature on the Chesterton Labyrinth Seal, Circle 85 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 75,  Nov 1986

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