The tried and trusted elastomer-free, gas-lubricated EagleBurgmann PDGS mechanical seal was developed specifically for extreme requirements with high and low temperatures as well as high-pressure applications.
Dr. Sebastian Weiss has joined the Board of Management of EagleBurgmann Germany, a Joint Venture of the German Freudenberg Group and the Japanese Eagle Industry Group, as Chief Financial Officer (CFO), effective September 1, 2016.
Freudenberg announced that Dr. Andreas Raps was chosen as the next chief executive officer of EagleBurgmann Germany, joint venture of the EKK and Freudenberg Group. Dr. Raps, who served Freudenberg Sealing Technologies until February 29th 2016 succeeded Dr. Stefan Sacré, the company's former CEO, on March 1st 2016.
The TOTAL refinery at the Leuna chemicals site is one of the most state-of-the art facilities of its type in Europe. It processes around 33,000 tons of crude oil every day, most of which is pumped in from Russia.
As a leading sealing solutions provider, EagleBurgmann is proud to introduce its latest product, the BP Seal.
In order to increase regional capacities in the current supply systems product offering, EagleBurgmann has purchased SealPots, along with all trademark rights.
Cumene, the common name for isopropylbenzene, is an aromatic hydrocarbon and a colorless liquid under atmospheric conditions with a characteristic smell. It is a component of crude oil and refined fuels and is mainly used in the production of phenol.
Purified Terephthalic Acid (PTA) is the predominant raw material for production of high-purity polyester resin widely used in the production of polyester fiber, polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottle resin, polyester film, and engineering plastics.
Keeping Natural Gas Liquid (NGL) pipeline components operating in optimal condition is an ongoing challenge for the oil and gas industry. Rising temperatures in the liquid pumps and the resulting issues for their seals represent one such challenge.
Preventing problems with mechanical seals that are used on pumps and reactors to handle polymer dispersions (latex) is a major engineering challenge. Essentially, the problem is that polymer dispersions are not thermodynamically stable, and they tend to coagulate. Polymer particles form compact agglomerations, which can quickly bring the process to a halt. EagleBurgmann has developed a sealing strategy specifically for this difficult application, offering a cost-effective, long-term solution.