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Kulpsville, Penn.-based SKF USA Inc. has introduced large-diameter radial shaft seals for heavy-duty rotating machinery that create effective barriers to retain lubricant and protect bearings from harsh contaminants and resulting potential damage, according to the company. These seals, with diameters larger than 8 inches, can operate in a wide range of speed, temperature and environmental conditions to meet the most demanding and extreme application requirements.

Large-diameter seals are offered in a variety of designs, configurations and materials to accommodate heavy-duty equipment used in the metals, wind energy, construction, mining, and pulp and paper industries.

For more information, visit skfusa.com.

SOURCE: SKF USA Inc.

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