Morgan Advanced Materials offers seal face component materials ideal for non-contact seal applications

Morgan Advanced Materials' Seals and Bearings business announces the availability of high performance materials ideal for seal face components in non-contact seal applications. The range of carbon graphite and silicon carbide materials feature high mechanical strength and highly predictable performance, making them a good choice for mechanical non-contacting gas seal applications in oil and gas, energy, chemical processing, and industrial markets.

Morgan Advanced Materials' Seals and Bearings business announces the availability of high performance materials ideal for seal face components in non-contact seal applications. The range of carbon graphite and silicon carbide materials feature high mechanical strength and highly predictable performance, making them a good choice for mechanical non-contacting gas seal applications in oil and gas, energy, chemical processing, and industrial markets.


With more than 30 years of experience manufacturing seal components, Morgan's process yields materials with high mechanical strength, a high modulus of elasticity, and uniformity throughout the matrix - features integral to an elevated level of performance in the end application.

Morgan's Applications Engineers work closely with customers to determine key variables including; the gas type to be sealed, the operational temperature and speed, the sealing pressure and any abrasive contaminants the components may be exposed to in order to ensure the right material is chosen. Working with customers throughout the entire manufacturing process, Morgan can provide samples and manufacture at either low or very high volumes.


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