Mechanical Seal Identification Guide
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Mechanical Seal Identification Guide

Mechanical Seal Identification Guide

If you are unable to correctly identify a mechanical seal, then please complete all sections of this guide, so that we can correctly identify and quote you for a replacement unit.

Please ensure that you also attach at least one digital photo of the seal you require.

Section 1 - Contact details
Name: Company:
Telephone: E-Mail:
Section 2 - Pump Information
Pump Make & Model Temperature At Seal
Pump Media Pressure At Seal
Section 3 - Mechanical Seal Information (Rotary Part)
Please enter the information on the right hand side for the rotary part that is best matched to the one you require
L1 uncompressed =
L1 fully compressed =
D1 =
D2 =
Spring Direction (left/right) =
Section 4 - Mechanical Seal Information (Stationary Part)
Please enter the information on the right hand side for the rotary part that is best matched to the one you require
Seat Type (A, B, C) =
L2 =
L3 =
D4 =
Section 5 - Photo
Upload a photo of your
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