Type 2800XP john crane
Type 2800XP john crane

Features mechanical seal type 2800xp

  • California Residents: PROPOSITION 65 WARNING
  • Highly reliable
  • Low running costs
  • Low energy usage
  • Kind to the environment
  • Zero emissions
  • Compatible with API 682
  • Safety in design
  • Contamination-free sealing
  • Easy installation

Recommended Applications type 2800xp

  • Process pumps
  • Other rotating equipment

About Mechanical seal type 2800xp

The John Crane Type 2800XP is a non-contacting dual seal for non-turbo, large-bore rotating equipment applications, and complements the John Crane Type 2800E small-bore range. 2800XP seals feature new patented technology, which provides the basis for a series of enhanced end-user benefits.

Design Features mechanical seal type 2800xp

Dual pressurized seal arrangement insures zero  product emissions

• Reverse pressure capability insures full process containment

• Heavy duty seal faces and hardware to accept elevated pressure applications

• Inboard seal exhibits high differential pressure capability

• State of the art spiral groove, non-contacting seal face technology

• Non-contacting operation provides extremely low parasitic horsepower losses

Material mechanical seal type 2800xp

  • SPRINGS: Stainless Steel
  • Gland plate: 316 Stainless Steel
  • Sleeve: 316 Stainless Steel
  • Drive Collar: 316 Stainless Steel
  • Retainer: 316 Stainless Steel
  • Thrust Ring: 316 Stainless Steel

Operating range mechanical seal type 2800xp

Temperature Limits

-40°F to 500°F/-40°C to 260°C


Pressure Limits

42 bar(g)


Speed Limits

1000 to 3600 rpm




Product Description type 2800xp

Heavy duty, gas lubricated non-contacting dual seal where high differential pressures are encountered

• For use in large bore seal chambers

• Shaft sizes consistent with API 682

• For positive containment of volatile and hazardous fluids in chemical or petrochemical processes

• For high reliability sealing of high purity fluids with no potential for product contamination

• For sealing fluids that are sensitive to thermal gain or loss