Description

Piston Seal is used in hydraulic cylinders for fluid sealing and is designed to ensure that pressurized fluid does not leak across the cylinder head as the system pressure pushes the piston down the cylinder bore. The choice of piston seal is decided by the way in which the cylinder operates.

Comparison

For a cylinder which is exclusively single-acting, capable of sealing dynamic pressure from one side (unidirectional). It is always best to choose the type of seal designed to provide optimum sealing qualities for single-acting functions.

The best sealing capacity of a double-acting cylinder, capable of sealing dynamic pressure from both sides (bidirectional), is achieved by choosing a double-acting seal.

A piston design where two single-acting seals on the piston for a double-acting cylinder are used can easily give rise to a breakdown. The reason is that a very high pressure can be trapped between the seals. Piston seals are used in hydraulic cylinder systems.

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B7 Piston Seal

Max pressure: ≤40MPA
Temp range: -35~+110℃
Max Speed: ≤0.5m/s

DBM Piston Seal

Max pressure: ≤40MPA
Temp range: -30~+110℃
Max Speed: 0.5m/s

HBY Piston Seal

Max pressure: ≤40MPA
Temp range: -35~+100℃
Max Speed: ≤1m/s

KDAS Piston Seal

Max pressure: ≤35MPA
Temp range: -30~+110℃
Max Speed: ≤0.5m/s

KY-D Piston Seal

Max pressure: ≤31MPA
Temp range: -30~+100℃
Max Speed: ≤0.5m/s

MHM Piston seal

Max pressure: ≤40MPA
Temp range: -35~+110℃
Max Speed: 0.5m/s

ODI Piston Seal

Max pressure: CPU≤40MPA
Temp range: -35~+110℃
Max Speed: ≤0.5m/s

ODU Piston Seal

Max pressure: ≤40MPA
Temp range: -40~+120℃
Max Speed: ≤0.5m/s

Piston Seal GSF Glyd Ring

Max pressure: 0-60MPA
Temp range: -45~200℃
Max Speed: ≤15m/s