Greene Tweed, a leading global manufacturer of high-performance sealing solutions and engineered components, introduces the new Canted Coil MSE (metal spring energized) sealing solution, designed to further reduce power loss and improve precision movement without sacrificing leakage control or durability. The seals offer broad chemical compatibility and resistance to extreme temperatures, pressure, and wear. Greene Tweed devoted two years of design development and in-house testing in an attempt to lead the industry in not only friction reduction but also sealing in the most challenging low temperature applications. Benchmark testing against some of the top performing spring energized seals highlighted the compromise in performance at extreme temperatures.
The AR®1 & AR®HT Composite Materials are now NSF/ANSI/CAN 61 Certified. You can view Greene Tweed’s certification here. This certification ensures that your product will meet regulatory requirements for the U.S. and Canada and often meets or exceeds requirements for other countries.
WR®600, a carbon-fiber-reinforced, PFA-based composite featuring outstanding chemical, impact, and thermal shock resistance. The WR®600 thermoplastic composite can withstand continuous service temperatures up to 500°F (260°C) and is ideal for stationary wear rings for static applications; pump applications in refineries, chemical plants, power plants, and water treatment plants; as well as all types of centrifugal pumps. WR® 600 withstands the strongest acids, bases, halogens, and solvents. Its non-galling properties facilitate extended periods of dry running during upset conditions.