Mixer Seals

Advantages of Mixer Seals

Mixer seals are specifically designed for Mixer, Agitator and Reactor applications, to combat the inevitably radial and / or axial shaft movement that occurs in these applications. Our Mixer seals can be configured to operate wet, dry or with a gas barrier. 


 

CSM - Single Mixer Seal

CSM

Single Mixer Seal

The CSM™ cartridge single seal for mixers is available in a wide range of seal face, elastomer and alloy combinations, to suit individual applications.

CDM - Cartridge Double for Mixers

CDM

Cartridge Double for Mixers

The CDM™cartridge double mechanical seal for mixers is available in a wide range of seal face, elastomer and alloy combinations, to suit individual applications.

Canister Double Monolithic Stationary Convection

CDMSC

Canister Double Monolithic Stationary Convection

The CDMSC™ is designed specifically for Mixer, Agitator and Reactor applications. Based on the modular technology of the DMSF™, this externally mounted cartridge seal incorporates many design features to help increase seal life.

CSWIB - Cartridge Single with Integral Bearing

CSWIB (MIXMASTER-I)

Cartridge Single with Integral Bearing

The CSWIB™ (Mixmaster I) is a single cartridge mechanical seal, with balanced seal faces and an integral (steady) bearing.

DSWIB - Double Mixer Seal

DSWIB (MIXMASTER-II)

Double Mixer Seal

The DSWIB™ (Mixmaster II) is a double mixer seal with integral bearing and concentric face design to reduce the seal's overall length. The seal is offered with the following features:

Features:

External Mixer Seal

ESM & NCM

External Mixer Seal

The AESSEAL ESM (external seal for mixers) is a unit external seal designed for ease of installation as the seal faces are clipped together and dispatched assembled in a leak-free state.

Modular Mixer Seal Range

MIXMASTER Range

Modular Mixer Seal Range

Mixer, agitator and reactor applications vary from simple blending to solid dissolution to the more exacting standards of suspension, gas dispersion or containing/promoting chemical reactions.