What are Labyrinth Seals?
Labyrinth Seals, also called Labyrinth Rings, are a type of mechanical seal made from non-separable units of a steel inner ring and an aluminum outer ring ready for installation. Due to the very special production process both labyrinth rings carry absolutely identical profiles which result in the perfect gap between both rings. This path, composed from grooves, interacts in close tolerances with an interior axle, or inside a hole, and works to prevent leakage of oil.
Labyrinth seals are made to tight tolerances in order to provide a non-contact sealing surface, which means that these seals do not need replacing due to wear.
The dimensions of the GMN Non-Contact Seals are equal or close to the dimensions of anti-friction bearings and regular contact seals.
Type L labyrinth seals are non separable units of a steel inner ring and an aluminum outer ring ready for installation. Read More
The "M" Type labyrinth seals incorporate milled grooves at the outer ring to allow heavy splashing liquid particles to be centrifuged out Read More
Learn why both rings are inseparable and should not be disassembled. Read More
Labyrinth Seals may be used for sealing fast turning machine parts like in machine tools, drive units, conveyor systems, etc. Read More
We have provided you with a set of instructions for installing our equipment. Read More