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Rotary Seals V-ring VE

The V-ring VE is an axial sealing, single-acting sealant for non-pressurized shaft and bearing sealing applications. In contrast to radial oil shaft seals, V-rings seal against the vertical arranged front surface. Due to the reinforced gasket body, the V-ring VE provides a tighter fit on the shaft.

For an improved axial fixation a clamping band can also be used as a safeguard if needed. V-ring VE is particularly suitable for high loads. When mounting, the V-ring VE is to be expanded on the inner diameter and ensures a tight fit on the shaft. Standard elastomer materials are NBR with ozone resistance and FKM. Further materials are available upon demand.

V-ring VE

Fields of application
single acting
double acting
Main use anti contaminant shaft outlet seals with improved axial fixation
Materials elastomers

Technical values

Pressure -
Temperature -30°C / +100°C (material dependent)
Speed up to 8 m/s
up to 12 m/s with axial fixation
Pressure -
Temperature -20°C / +200°C (material dependent)
Speed up to 8 m/s
up to 12 m/s with axial fixation
Maximum values temperature, speed and pressure are simultaneously not applicable! The values vary in dependence of material and media. For technical queries please contact our application consultants – we have the right solution for you. 

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