While some businesses may have abandoned the practice of making house calls, Gallagher Fluid Seals is not among them.
It’s something we still believe in, as Key Accounts Manager Brian Gallagher says in our latest video.
“I believe the most effective way of discussing an application or a problem with a client is face-to-face,” Gallagher says in the clip.
Find out why by watching our “House Calls” video. And be sure to check out some of our earlier video clips, which deal with topics ranging from radial seal misalignment to static seal gaskets.
In our latest video, Gallagher Fluid Seals Engineering Manager Craig Beil discusses the various PTFE fillers used in making seal materials. Fillers include carbon, glass, stainless steel and molybdenum disulfide. Watch the video to learn more about what PTFE fillers can do, and be sure to watch the other videos in our series.
Past videos have explored issues such as radial seal misalignment, the use of spring energized seals and environmentally-designed static seal gaskets.
We hope you can find something useful in each one.
Once again, Gallagher Fluid Seals is pleased to bring its readers another video. This time out, we’re dealing with radial seal misalignment issues.
In this clip, Gallagher Engineering Manager Craig Beil discusses shaft run out and shaft eccentricity, two common radial seal misalignment issues.
Be sure to watch our previous videos on GORE expanded PTFE seals, static seal gaskets and spring energized seals to learn more about our products.
And don’t hesitate to contact Gallagher with any questions, whether they’re about radial seal misalignment or any other product or service. We’ll be happy to help.