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Garlock Sealing Technologies was founded by the ingenuity of Olin Garlock, who figured out how to seal the rods in steam engines. In 1887, he established a manufacturing facility in Palmyra, New York to manufacture seals for corrosive liquids. Today the company has 15 locations in 8 countries and is part of the Enpro Industries Inc. group. Seals from this manufacturer are used in: food, pharmaceutical, paper, semiconductor, nuclear, petroleum, chemical, steel, mining, power generation. Since its inception, the company has focused on innovative inventions. The safety of work in any enterprise depends on the quality of the sealed joints of machines and pipelines. The seals must be strong, resistant to high temperatures, high pressure and aggressive environment, retaining elasticity during operation and not aging.
Sealing kits for pumps, valve stems, rotating elements in compressors, separators, mixers, mixers, transmissions.
Oil seals (seals) cuff made of GRAPH-LOCK graphite and aramid thread for the oil and gas industry, power plants.
BLUE GARD liner
BLUE GARD liner made from restructured PTFE for the chemical industry and GYLON for oil, oils, acids, alkalis, gasoline, saturated steam, inert gases.
Flange seals for heavy machinery
FLEXSEAL, HELICOFLEX rings
Rings (FLEXSEAL, HELICOFLEX) made of steel and flexible graphite, and CEFIL'AIR metal rings for hydraulic and pneumatic equipment.
Flange gaskets for nuclear power plants
Thermal expansion joints, dampers with various inner coatings, gasket materials.