Fluid Handling

Where there are rotary pumps, there are usually mechanical seals. The objective of the pump is to move a fluid from one place to another; the role of the pump's bearings is to support the rotating shaft; the role of the mechanical seal is to isolate the fluid being pumped from the bearings and the surrounding environment. Morgan is the major supplier of the most critical components of the mechanical seals - the faces.

Some pumps are designed without a mechanical seal. In these situations, the pump bearings are expected to be self-lubricating, product lubricated, corrosion resistant, and/or abrasion resistant. Morgan provides these unique materials as well.

Another group of pumps use vanes that move in and out of a rotor in an eccentric housing to create positive displacement of fluids. Morgan's materials have been used with great success as the various components of rotary vane compressors.

With a wide and continually expanding range of carbon and silicon carbide materials, Morgan is a globally recognized provider of seal faces, bearings, rotors, vanes and other technical solutions required for a large variety of applications.
Fluid Handling
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