Courses in basic and advanced Seal technology
Seal Training will empower your and your staff. Our technicians will come to you and train you on the history of seals, seal theory, seal application, seal performance and analyzing seal failure. These courses are available to all Patriot Fluid Power customers and can be customized directly for your needs. They come at no cost to our customers. We can also do a condensed version of Seals 101 and will only take up as much time as you desire.
CC Jensen Filtration Training
Patriot Fluid Power will come to your business to not only install your new CC Jensen Filtration unit, but we will train you on how to use, check the device and installing and replacing the filter insert. We can offer a more in-depth training if necessary. We can inform you on the relation between clean oil and reliability and what contamination do to machines and oils. We can show you more CC Jensen alternate products including HDU, PTU, Desorbers and the differences between offline and inline filter types. Our service stands above the rest in customer satisfaction and sales service.
The History of Seals
Hydraulic sealing began evolving in the 1890’s in several European countries-England, Germany, Russia and others.
Water was first fluid; drawn from streams; transported through cast iron pipes and controlled by crude valves.
Cylinders with crude stuffing boxes and pistons used various materials as pkg. Some early packing materials were animal fur, flax and/or cloth.
It wasn’t until WW-II that fluid power sealing in its present form began to develop with:
- The evolution of synthetic materials
- Self-adjusting seal designs
- Metal finishing techniques that allowed for consistent finishes
Do you know about the DAYTON PROJECT?
Part of the problem with hydraulic sealing prior to WW-II was that there were no standards for seal sizes and groove dimensions. Every manufacturer made their seals to their own dimensions. During WW-II conference held at Wright Patterson AFB in Dayton, OH, where seal and groove dimensions and metal finishes were standardized. With standardization and improved manufacturing techniques, seal evolution really took off.