With operations in six continents, AESSEAL® is the world’s 4th largest supplier of mechanical seals, achieving growth through exceptional customer service and innovative products that provide real customer benefits.
For every seal developed by AESSEAL®, we use state-of-the-art computational facilities and numerical tools to design and optimize seal performance prior to manufacture and testing.
These tools include Predictive Software Code developed in-house, Finite Element Analysis (FEA) and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD). Our numerical tools are used for seal design, performance optimization, special product application and troubleshooting.
In combination with an extensive test program the result is world-leading technology that keeps your equipment running longer.
Gas Panel - Intrinsically Safe Area
The Gas Panel System is designed to supply inert gas (e.g. Air or Nitrogen) to mechanical seals on processes that cannot tolerate contamination by water or oil barrier fluids (e.g. mixer applications).
Heavy Duty Slurry Seals
The HDSS and HDDSS heavy duty slurry seals are designed for the arduous environment of the mining industry. The robust seals are built to withstand levels of pump vibration with large internal clearances accommodating levels of movement.
Protection Against Burns From Hot Systems
Industrial applications are hazardous places for personnel to work especially when hot oil seal support vessels are in use.
Helicoil Cooler - Additional Cooling
The AESEAL Cooler is constructed from 316 stainless steel tube and cast iron casing (cast steel & cast 316 steel casting options available).
Pulp & Paper Double Screen Seal
The IADC™ Screen seal design is a double seal available in a wide range of seal face and elastomer applications to suit individual process requirements. This seal is used on screens and knotters.
Pulp & Paper Screen Application Seal
This seal employs standard, modular, inventoried AESSEAL® components, with a seal gland, which retains fluid when the screen is emptied. This avoids dry running of the tungsten carbide seal faces on equipment start-up.