|Lip Material:||Nitrile Rubber|
|ID (Fits Shaft Diameter):||5⁄8 in|
|OD (Fits Housing Bore):||1 1⁄8 in|
|Housing Bore Tolerance:||+0.001/-0.001 in|
|Overall Width:||1⁄4 in|
|Maximum Pressure:||5 psi|
|Maximum Operating Temperature:||210 ° F|
|Number of Lips:||2|
|Shaft Surface Speed:||14 mps|
|Specifications Met:||DIN 3760; ISO 6194-1|
|Features:||SKF Bore Tite Coating|
|For Use With:||Shafts|
|Minimum Operating Temperature:||-40 ° F|
|Rotational Speed:||16,711 RPM|
|Seals Against:||Oil; Grease|
|Spring Material:||Stainless Steel|
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About Rotary Shaft Seals
Also called radial shaft seals, rotary shaft seals help retain lubricants between rotating shafts and components that are mounted to the shaft. Properly fitted shaft seals also help prevent dirt, moisture, and other contaminants from entering lubricated parts.
Rotary shaft seals consist of a rigid housing and one or more flexible lips made from elastomeric materials. The housing sits flush against the shaft-mounted component, and the lip flexes to form a seal between the component and the shaft. For best results, shaft seals should be used on smooth, undamaged shaft surfaces or worn shaft surfaces that have been repaired with a shaft wear sleeve.
The rubber case on these oil-resistant seals provides excellent sealing even in rough or split housings. These seals also have a spring-loaded lip and a beaded outside diameter for improved sealing ability and better oil retention.