The Bearing Gard employs static and dynamic sealing technologies to prevent ingress of contaminants into the bearing housing and ensure oil retention, even when the equipment is shut down.
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The Bearing Gard for steam turbines is specifically design for these unique applications creating a strong barrier to prevent steam ingress and additional oil retention features.
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The Bearing Gard with Electrical Grounding is specifically designed for VFD driven motors to prevent failure from electrical fluting and contamination ingress.
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Offered in several sizes to fit the application, Flowserve cyclone separators are designed to efficiently remove sand, pipe scale and other abrasive particles from Plan 31 seal flush Piping Plans. Separation is accomplished by centrifugal force generated by differential pressure across the cyclone.
The Flowserve magnetic separator is designed for use inline with seal coolers used in Plan 23 Piping Plans. Magnetic separators created a magnetic field that separates and holds iron oxide particles from the process liquid to prevent them from causing abrasion, hang-up, or clogging.
The Seal Gard is designed to improve the mean time between planned maintenance (MTBPM) of your rotary equipment by improving the environment in the seal area. Tough, unitized construction - engineered flow control valve, flow tube, metering float, pressure gauge, check valve, and pipe connections are combined with an optional alarm into a compact package to provide total control of the sealing environment.
The SLD seal support system from Flowserve dispenses lubrication to the atmospheric side of mechanical seals. It is ideal for seals subjected to periods of dry running or cavitation when product liquid (pumpage) does not provide adequate film between seal faces. The SLD is proven to greatly extend flushless seal life in harsh slurry conditions.
XLC self-aligning, split journal bearings are designed specifically for air cooled heat exchanger (ACHE) fans. Installed in the hot ambient temperature environment just below the fan blade hub, XLC bearings improve safety and reliability while reducing maintenance costs. The XLC bearing’s composite surface has self-lubricating properties, enabling grease-free operation throughout its life.
Used with a Flowserve mechanical seal, the SEB solids excluder bushing reduces the amount of flush required and clears solids from the stuffing box to provide the seal with a cleaner operating environment that reduces operating costs and improves mean time between planned maintenance (MTBPM).