Mechanical seals and compression packing often require support systems for reliable operation. These are systems to flush, cool or heat the fluid sealed. Unfortunately, many of these systems are primary energy wasters. A.W. Chesterton Company just published a new e-book to teach you why frictional losses do not represent the true energy consumption of sealing systems, how various seal support systems impact energy consumption, and which applications will yield the largest energy efficiency savings.
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