Features mechanical seal type 2100
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- Unitized construction allows for fast and easy installation and replacement. Design fits DIN24960, ISO 3069 and ANSI B73.1 M-1991 standards.
- Innovative bellows design is pressure-supported and will not crease or fold under high pressure.
- Non-clogging, single-coil spring keeps seal faces closed and properly tracking during all phases of operation.
- Positive drive through interlocking tangs will not slip or break free during upset conditions.
- Available in the widest array of material options, including high performance silicon carbides.
Recommended Applications type 2100
- Process pumps
- Other rotating equipment
About Mechanical seal type 2100
Designed for demanding applications, the Type 2100 mechanical seal is a compact, unitized, single-spring elastomer bellows seal that offers maximum durability and performance.
Ideal for use in centrifugal, rotary and turbine pumps, compressors, chillers and other rotary equipment
The Type 2100 is often found in water-based applications, such as wastewater treatment, potable water, HVAC, pool and spa and other general applications.
Design Features mechanical seal type 2100
- Unitized, easy-to-fit design
- Bellows design is pressure supported and eliminates creases or folds
- Compact design fits DIN 24960, ISO 3069, and ANSI B73.1 M-1991
- Positive key drive via drive bands protects bellows from torsional strain
Material mechanical seal type 2100
- Face/Primary Ring: Resin-Impregnated Carbon Graphite/Sintered Silicon Carbide
- Bellows: Nitrile/Buna-N-Ethylene Propylene-Fluorocarbone-HNBR
- Drive Band and Spring: 316 Stainless Steel
Operating range mechanical seal type 2100
-40°F to 400°F/-40°C to 205°C (depending on materials used)
290 psi(g)/20 bar(g)
Product Description type 2100
The Type 2100 is a compact, unitized, single spring, elastomer bellows mechanical seal.
- For centrifugal, rotary, and turbine pumps, compressors, blenders, chillers, and other rotary equipment.
- For many water-based applications, such as wastewater treatment, pulp and paper, food processing, marine, and other general applications.