Propeller shaft mechanical seal MTM913
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propeller shaft mechanical seal
propeller shaft mechanical seal
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Characteristics

Applications
for propeller shafts
Application domain
for ships, for yachts, for boats

Description

Microtem’s MTM913 is a cutting-edge frontal mechanical seal engineered specifically for propeller shafts, crafted by Microtem’s experts for seamless integration into oil bath propulsion lines. With its compact design and innovative split technology of the sliding faces, MTM913 by Microtem emerges as the best possible alternative on the market nowadays to conventional seals featuring radial rubber rings. Designed to connect directly to the propeller hub, the MTM913 frontal mechanical seal eliminates the need for a liner as it operates without any radial parts in contact with the propulsion shaft. This unique feature ensures that on-site maintenance is always feasible, providing unparalleled convenience and flexibility. Available in diameters ranging from 70 to 600 mm, the MTM913 offers a range of dimensional and material variations, making it adaptable for navigation even in the most challenging conditions, including particularly sandy seas. MTM913 is suitable for application on medium and large yachts, work boats, patrol boats, tugs, passenger transportation boats, water-lubricated lines and oil lubricated lines. If MTM913 mechanical face seal for propeller shaft is a product suitable for your needs, please contact Microtem for more info.

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Meet this supplier at the following exhibition(s):

SMM Hambourg 2024
SMM Hambourg 2024

3-06 Sep 2024 Hamburg (Germany)

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    Salone Nautico Internazionale di Genova 2024
    Salone Nautico Internazionale di Genova 2024

    19-24 Sep 2024 Genova (Italy)

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