Gambit offers a wide range of high quality fl ange gaskets, meeting various requirements. Different types of fl anges and different chains of dimensions are applied.
For fl anges defi ned this way Gambit Lubawka Sp. z o.o. manufactures gaskets according to appropriate norms describing construction and sizes of gaskets. Numbers of these norms are referred to in description of individual types of gaskets. We also manufacture gaskets beyond the chains of dimensions, according to requirements defi ned by a customer. In order to meet our customers’ demands related to various fl ange systems, we manufacture different types of gaskets:
1. GAMSEAL gaskets cut from AF series gasket sheets,
2. GAMBITGRAF gaskets cut from graphite sheets,
3. GAMPROFILE kammprofi le,
4. GAMSPIR® spiral wound gaskets,
5. AZMES gaskets,
6. GAMFLEX metal jacket gaskets.
Movingroup develops, manufactures, and markets standard or customized seals to our customers' specifications.
Movingroup's endless combinations of dimensions, materials, and geometries enable it to produce the ideal seal for each customer, always ensuring the greatest quality with the best mechanical, physical, and chemical properties.
Do you require a specific seal? Please contact us without obligation to begin developing your custom seal!
Suitable for nearly all fluids, Dry running possible, Low coefficient of friction, Very long life due to high abrasion resistance, No stickslip at low speed, Does not stick to the mating surface after prolonged shutdown, Nonsensitive to pressure peaks, Available in any diameter up to 700 mm
Designing pumps, compressors and other equipment, the aim is to prevent leakage into that can emerge at any point by liquids or gases.
To solve this problem very often are used mechanical seals.
To obtain the desired sealing function and an adequate lifetime of the mechanical seal,the preconditions must be fulfilled within the permitted tolerances at any time:
parallelism of the sealing surfaces
perpendicularity of the seal faces to the rotation axis
elastic contact of the sealing surfaces
existence of a lubricating film between the two sealing surfaces
Usually the sealing capability of the mechanical seal against shaft or housing is obtained with the secondary seals, as O-rings, bellows or boots
In conjunction with the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and their standards (ISO 3069), the German Industrial Standard (DIN) published proposals for standard mechanical seals with DIN EN 12756 (24960).