The most economical choice is the packing seal for several sealing solutions. It is still widely used. Packing seals don’t need that you decouple the driveshaft, leaving an impressively more limited establishment time than different kinds of seals.

Packing seals are likewise somewhat more sympathetic than mechanical seals. While siphons and instigators have a lot of spiral development and a higher possibility of misalignment, pressing seals can adjust to the conditions and keep up their honesty.

A genuine illustration of an industry where packing seals are favored is mining and mineral handling, where packing seals are the monetary decision and ready to adjust to the huge shaft developments and gear sizes. Therefore, we deal with given solutions.

Flexible graphite: Nothing seals as well as flexible graphite. Flexible graphite gaskets are ideal for sealing those difficult high-temperature flanges, chemical applications, and low bolt load applications. Flexible graphite packing braided from expanded graphite yarns, reinforced of cotton fiber, glass fiber, carbon fiber, etc. It has high elasticity. Low friction does not damage shafts and stems. It is multi-service packing capable of a wide variety of uses such as valves, pumps, expansion joints, mixers, and agitators in high pressure and temperature. Its effective sealing is vital.

Flexible graphite is reinforced with glass fiber which high in strength and low in cost. Flexible graphite is chemically resistant against most of the media, has excellent thermal conductivity, can be stored indefinitely, does not need anti-stick coating, and are extremely resistant to temperature cycles. Because these flexible graphite sheets are very fragile and therefore difficult to handle, it is recommended to use styles with metal insertions.


Rubber Sheets: Rubber sheets are perfect for applications where sealing or protection is needed. It is a highly cost-effective material to use. Rubber sheeting has a wide variety of applications in the industrial sector. These sheets are preferred among industries as they are easy to use and are efficient as an insulator. These sheets are available in various styles and specifications and can be easily cut to order to suit any specific application. These rubber sheets offer good resistance to petroleum products, oil, flames, acids, and alkalis. They have been used as corrosion-resistant coatings, padding in external metal cases for protecting the content, noise isolation in power transformation installation, and various other electrical applications.

The rubber sheets are divided concerning their industrial requirements such as Neoprene rubber sheets which are mainly used in pump and refrigerator applications and are resistant to ammonia, oxygen, ozone, and many other fluids. NBR sheets are standard in hydraulic and pneumatic sealing elastomers. Viton sheets are synthetic rubber sheets that perform well in hot and corrosive environments. There are various other types of rubber sheets available at our store and can be customized according to your needs. 

Gasket material: A gasket is a mechanical seal that occupies the space between at least two mating surfaces, for the most part, to keep spillage from or into the joined items while under pressure. A gasket material’s primary purpose is to seal any irregular surfaces including waviness, pitting, scratches, or poor tolerancing. This type of seal is created within surfaces having poor tolerance. If two surfaces are perfectly flat and a seal can be created easily, there is no use of gasket materials.

Gaskets are commonly formed by cutting from sheet materials. These gaskets are usually used in high-pressure steam systems. Some gaskets are made entirely of metal and rely on a seating surface to accomplish the seal. These gaskets are made of a flat material, a sheet such as paper, rubber, silicone, metal, cork, and various other sheets. One of the most desirable properties of an effective gasket is to withstand high compressive loads. This ability of a gasket can be measured by various factors such as its design, sheet, solid material, and many more.

Shaft seals: Shaft seals, also known as oil seals, in a machine is a device that prevents the passage of fluids along a rotating shaft. The shaft seals are necessary when a shaft extends from a housing containing oil, such as a pump or a gearbox.  A common type of shaft seal consists of an elastomer ring bonded to a metallic ring that is a press fit in the hole in the housing through which the shaft extends. The sealing is done by a lip on the elastomer ring. Leather, synthetic rubber, and silicones are among the materials used for making sealing rings. 

Compression packing: Compression packing is a sealing device in mechanical equipment. It performs the sealing function, typically controlling or gas leakage. Compression packing is usually made from relatively soft, pliant materials, consist of several rings which are inserted into the annular space. Compression packing finds its major uses in industries such as the Petrochemical, paper, and steel industries. They seal all types of fluids such as water, steams acids, caustics, oil, and other chemicals over a broad range of temperature and pressure conditions.

AS&P is one such stop where you will get all the solutions in this industry. It is amongst the first seal companies online and the 1st company to put a Seal portal online. We are Industry Innovators and the above-given products are few solutions that we provide to the industry.