Bearing Seals, also known as grease seals, are used to protect tapered, spherical, cylindrical and double-row bearings from excess grease loss and contamination. In 1956, Clark Seals partnered with The Timken Company to develop the industry’s first precision bearings seals for tapered roller bearings. Over the years, Clark Seals has pioneered many significant advancements in bearing seal design and manufacturing technology, including the industry’s first sheave and excluder bearing seals, unitized zero-friction bearing seals, hand-install bearing seals and vacuum molding technology, a technology that revolutionized seal manufacturing.
Shaft Seals, also known as lip seals or oil seals, are used with rotating, reciprocating and oscillating shafts to contain fluids and exclude contaminants. They are available in inch and metric dimensions and single and double lip designs. Various lip materials are available to suit design requirements such as temperature and chemical resistance. Clark Seals designs and manufacturers custom shaft seals that are perfectly matched to each application, ensuring maximum reliability and performance