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Seal Test Machine

The seal test machine can record the following information in situ; seal temperature, grease temperature, frictional torque, environment temperature, grease loss, RPM, and axial load. Data as such can be used to understand sealing performance and the environmental heat generated due to the friction.

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South America Regional Contact

Miguel Jahncke

Mobile: +51 989 164 305 (Peru)

Mobile: +1 954 258 0271 (USA)

mjahncke@terelion.com

Offices
  • Peru

    Terelion LLC. Sucursal del Peru, Las Poncianas # 105, La Molina Vieja, Lima, Peru Office Phone: +51-1-365-2529

Europe Regional Contact

Marc Thompson

Mobile: +44 749 733 6069

mthompson@terelion.com

The Middle East Regional Contact

Marc Thompson

Mobile: +44 749 733 6069

mthompson@terelion.com

Africa Regional Contact

Marc Thompson

Mobile: +44  749 733 6069

mthompson@terelion.com

North America Regional Contact

Graeme McKenzie

Office: +1 469 476 5374

Mobile: +1 919 720 3556

gmckenzie@terelion.com

Central America Regional Contact

Miguel Jahncke

Mobile: +51 989 164 305 (Peru)

Mobile: +1 954 258 0271 (USA)

mjahncke@terelion.com

Offices
  • Peru

    Terelion LLC. Sucursal del Peru, Las Poncianas # 105, La Molina Vieja, Lima, Peru Office Phone: +51-1-365-2529

APAC Regional Contact

Robert Nel

Office +1 469 476 5357

Mobile +27 63 288 3109

rnel@terelion.com

 

Offices
  • Australia

    Suite 31, Riseley Corporate Centre, 135 Riseley Street, Booragoon, WA 6154, Australia

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Features and benefits

Motor Speed of 600 RPM
The capability of motor speed control allows us to study the wear behavior of the seal under different surface speeds. The analysis provides wear behavior prediction to the combination of different seal sizes and rotational speeds.

Axial Motion Frequency of 6Hz
This feature introduces axial motion to the bearing during the test. The axial motion of the bearing during operation is the result of design tolerances of roller cone bits. Such axial motions lead to pressure spikes acting directly on the seal which introduces further wear to the seal. The machine is capable of introducing such phenomenons to the test conditions.