Seals can be frustrating. We know that, and we are here to help. The primary purpose of seals is to keep false air out of the unit. Most seals are designed to be air seals only and are not designed to handle material flow issues. Seals play a critical role in the overall efficiency and control of your process. Common causes for seal failures are: abrasion/contamination, shell expansion/contraction, excessive shell runout, poor maintenance and product overflow. Our experienced engineering and field service team can diagnose, recommend, repair, and install the best sealing solution for your process.