1040 EQ

The state-of-the-art 1040 EQ is a single seal that performs like a double seal.


Features:

  • Efficient Contra-Flow pumping ring, which keeps solids away from seal faces. No external flush needed.
  • Largest diameter dynamic o-ring which is not subject to hang up due to design of externally lubricated system (XP Luber system).
  • Multi-spring stationary design, eliminates detrimental misalignment between the pump housing and the shaft.
  • Unique lug drive design which reduces stress on faces during upset conditions and heavy torque loads.
  • Use of FKM lip seal which helps retain lubricant at seal faces and is a secondary lubricant to the seal.
  • Chrome oxide coating on sleeve which assists secondary seal from premature failure.
  • Monolithic face design eliminates all the problems associated with press fit/inserted faces.

Seal life is greatly increased by:

  • Operating at very low differential pressures
  • Seal faces are lubricated by a clean external fluid (XP Lube system)
  • selected with properties that optimize performance

Operating Parameters:

ANSI-S
Sizes up to 5.000” Other sizes available per request
Temperature: t = 0-400°F
Higher temperature achievable with alternate FKM O-rings Sliding face material combination SC/Carbon
Pressure: p1 = 300 PSI (21 Bar)
Speed = up to 5000 FPM
Sliding face material combination SC/SC or SC/TC
Pressure p1 = 175 PSG (12 bar)
Speed = 33 ft/s (10m/s)
Permissible axial movement: +- 0.040”
D1>3.000” +- 0.060”

Materials of Construction:

  • Metal Components: 316 SS Standard
  • Seal Face Materials: Carbon, Silicon Carbide, Tungsten Carbide
  • Elastomers: Fluoroelastomer, Perfluoroelastomer, Aflas, EPR/EPDM as standard o-ring materials. All other commercially available elastomers as specified.

Pumping screw requirements:

1750 RPM:

  • Maximum suction pressure: 8 psig
  • With plan 13 maximum suction pressure: 10 psig

3600 RPM:

  • Maximum suction pressure: 15 psig
  • With plan 13 maximum suction pressure: 30 psig

Below 1750 RPM – Consult engineering

Referencing now the above figures plus figures 4 and 5:
*Patent pending