How is gland packing used?
Gland packing serves as a seal between a rotating shaft and its housing. The rope-like material is wrapped around the shaft of a pump. This ensures that liquids such as oil and water do not leak along the shaft.
Where are gland packings used for?
A well-known example for which a gland packing is used is in shipping. On a boat, the gland gasket is located near the propeller so that the propeller can still turn, but the water remains outside the boat.
We sell different brands of gland packings such as,
- James Walker
On our website you can find all our different diameters, the diameters range from 3x3mm to 25x25mm.
- Hemp fiber
- Carbon fiber
Properties of a gland packing:
- Temperature range from -200˚C to 280˚C
- Gas tight
- Good resistance to chemicals
- Resistant to high pressure
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