Oil Seal Catalogue

How to Read a Super Seals Refrence Number?

The first two figure i.e. abbreviation proceding the numerical digits denote the type of an Oil Seal:

For Example:
4B stands for the type of the Oil Seal. For example the first three numericals denote the Outer diameter of the seal to the nearest size in milimeter and the following three numericals denote the Shaft diameter of the seal to the nearest size in milimeter.

Standard Oil Seal uses and abbreviation used in catalogues preceding the numericals of Super Seals reference numbers:

  • 3B
    Semi enclosed bonded single lip. spring loaded design for better sealing on the O.D View Detail
  • 3D
    Semi enclosed bonded dual lip, spring loaded design for better sealing on the O.D. View Detail
  • 3G
    Semi enclosed bonded single lip, non spring loaded design. View Detail
  • 3H
    Semi enclosed bonded single lip, spring loaded with hydrodynamic design on sealing lip. View Detail
  • 4B
    Enclosed bonded single lip, spring loaded design for better sealing on the O.D. View Detail
  • 4H
    Enclosed bonded single lip, spring loaded with hydrodynamic design on sealing lip View Detail
  • 4D
    Enclosed bonded dual lip, spring loaded design. View Detail
  • DH
    Enclosed bonded dual lip, spring loaded with hydrodynamic design on sealing lip. View Detail
  • 4G
    Enclosed bonded single lip, non spring loaded design for better sealing on the O.D. View Detail
  • 4L
    Enclosed bonded seal with two spring loaded sealing lip. View Detail