STANDARD OIL SEALS
Standard rotary seals are commonly used as sealing element in normal applications, such as industrial motor, automotive starter motor and gear box.
An oil seal contains a flexible lip that rubs against a shaft or housing to prevent the leakage of fluids. Some oil seals include a spring to help keep the lip in contact with the shaft.
Oil seals are constructed with a metal ring which prevents excessive rubber compression and limits the deformation of the elastomeric element.