High performance crankshaft rubber oil seal for TC oil seal 09283-32022
|Size||Diameter : 32mm
Outside : 47 mmHeight : 8mm
|Material||Metal shell add natural rubber|
|Color||Black or brown,or according to your requirements.|
|Payment terms||T/T , Western union or as requires|
|Delivery time||5-10days in stock, 5-30days for production deatials and order quantity|
The TC Oil Seal is specifically designed to keep out water and dirt.
The rubber coated outside diameter creates an optimum seal at the hub.
The steel garter spring guarantees constant pressure on the axle shaft over the life of the seal.
Great for replacing your damaged oil seal.
It can prevent dust and impurities into inside the machine, and prevent lubricating oil from leaking.
Made of good quality material with a strong seal.
Reduces operating temperature,wear and friction.
Fatigue resistant and wear resistant,to ensure the smooth working of the motorcycle.
Effectively prevent oil spills and guard against dirt and other.
Easy install,no modification needed.
Powerful seals provide riders a comfortable journey.
Oil seals, also known as shaft seals, are radial lip type seals which are primarily used for retaining lubricants in equipment having rotating, reciprocating or oscillating shafts. The rotating shaft application is most common.
An oil seal normally consists of three basic components: the sealing element, the metal case and the spring. The purpose of the sealing element is to stop the fluid from leaking between the shaft and housing. The metal case will give rigidity and strength to the seal while it is being held in the bore or recessed groove. The garter spring ensures constant pressure and maintains the radial force to the shaft, flattening the sealing edge to a defined width. The garter spring maintains the radial force exerted by the sealing lip around the shaft surface. All materials must be selected depending on the environment in which the oil seal will function.
The performance of these seals depends to a large extent on a suitable unit load being maintained at the seal-shaft interface. These seals withstand a pressure of 15PSI and their working depends on parameters like shaft diameter, shaft speed, working temperature, service conditions, etc