A Pumping & Mechanical Seal Company with Over Three Decades of Experience
With over 35 years of experience, ProSeal Service Group has compiled the knowledge to answer any question regarding pumping systems, mechanical seals, industrial lubricants, and engineered solutions. Below are some of the most common questions we're asked. Feel free to contact us if you need any more information.
Frequently Asked Questions
A self priming pump is a liquid pump that already has liquid stored in the system for the pumping process. They are most often found in process plants, as the start-up liquid already in the pump increases efficiency. Self priming pumps are suitable for any industrial process that requires repeated operations.
To select the pump size needed, you'll need to determine the gallons of water per minute during peak periods. It's essential to use the peak time rather than the average. If using the average, your submersible pump will not function properly during those peak times of the day. Our team at ProSeal Service Group can help you determine what size is necessary. Call us for more information.
There are two main classifications of pumps: dynamic and positive displacement. Dynamic pumps put velocity in the liquid using a rotating element to move the liquid throughout the pump. The most commonly known type of dynamic pump is a centrifugal pump. Positive displacement pumps use pressure by trapping the fluid into a fixed volume before pushing it out the discharge pipe.
Centrifugal pumps are the most common pump used today. They are dynamic pumps, so they use rotational energy generated by impellers to transfer liquid throughout the system. They are inexpensive and have a relatively simple pump, which also helps their popularity.
We have a two-decade-long partnership with AESSEAL® that has granted us exclusive rights to distribute their mechanical sealants in Michigan, Ohio, and Alaska. AESSEAL® is a leading, world-renowned engineering company that specializes in manufacturing sealants. We're proud to offer their state-of-the-art products to all of our customers.
If you need a mechanical seal repair, the most common cause is improper installation, which is why it's vital to buy reliable mechanical seal products installed by professionals.. Other common causes of mechanical seal failure include contamination from debris, typical wear and tear, and chemical corrosion. Whatever the reason, ProSeal Service offers mechanical seal repair services to get your business back on track quickly.
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Since 1987, we’ve supported the American industrial sector with pumps, sealants, and lubricants. Our company appreciates any challenge and encourages you to reach out with your manufacturing needs. Contact us today, and let’s grow your business together.