MANOY® Axial U-Cup

Type 646

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MANOY® Axial U-Cup

Type 666

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MANOY® Axial U-Cup

Type 686

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TECHNICAL DATAS

axial inner sealing axial inner sealing axial inner sealing
Motion Motion Motion
rotary, partially static rotary, partially static rotary, partially static
Direction of pressure Direction of pressure Direction of pressure
unidirectional unidirectional unidirectional
Operating pressure (MPa) Operating pressure (MPa) Operating pressure (MPa)
45 30 40
Rotary speed (m/s) Rotary speed (m/s) Rotary speed (m/s)
5 5 5
Diameter range (mm) Diameter range (mm) Diameter range (mm)
7 to 700 7 to 700 7 to 700
Housing Housing Housing
split

split

split

Type 646 axial inner sealing
Motion rotary, partially static
Direction of pressure unidirectional
Operating pressure (MPa) 45
Rotary speed (m/s) 5
Diameter range (mm) 7 to 700
Housing split
Type 666 axial inner sealing
Motion rotary, partially static
Direction of pressure unidirectional
Operating pressure (MPa) 30
Rotary speed (m/s) 5
Diameter range (mm) 7 to 700
Housing split
Type 686 axial inner sealing
Motion rotary, partially static
Direction of pressure unidirectional
Operating pressure (MPa) 40
Rotary speed (m/s) 5
Diameter range (mm) 7 to 700
Housing split

APPLICATIONS

  • Fit­tings 
  • Val­ves 
  • Casings 
  • Covers 
  • Hydrau­lic clam­ping

CHARACTERISTICS

  • Sui­ta­ble for near­ly all fluids 
  • Dry run­ning pos­si­ble
  • Low coef­fi­ci­ent of fric­tion 
  • Very long life due to high abra­si­on resis­tan­ce 
  • No stick-slip at low speed 
  • Does not stick to the mating sur­face after pro­lon­ged shut­down 
  • Non-sen­si­ti­ve to pres­su­re peaks 
  • Avail­ab­le in any dia­me­ter up to 700 mm

TEMPERATURE RANGE

Type 666:

From ‑54 to +200 °C (tem­pora­ri­ly up to 260 °C)

Types 646 and 686:

From ‑100 to +200 °C (tem­pora­ri­ly up to 260 °C)

Depen­dent on the U‑Cup and O‑ring mate­ri­al in each case. Spring-moun­ted ver­si­ons are pre­fera­ble for hig­her tem­pe­ra­tu­re ran­ge spe­ci­fi­ca­ti­ons.

MATERIALS

IDG U‑Cup mate­ri­al

  • 91B (pneu­ma­tics)
  • 62A (hydrau­lics)

O‑ring elas­to­mer

  • NBR
  • FKM (hig­her chemical/temperature resis­tan­ce)
  • EPDM (steam envi­ron­ments)

Spring mate­ri­al

  • IDG mate­ri­al R43 (stain­less steel, mate­ri­al No. 1.4310)

Mate­ri­al descrip­ti­on and other mate­ri­als for wider app­li­ca­ti­ons FIND OUT MORE >

Metal spring func­tion

The ener­gi­zer (metal spring) pres­ses the sealing lips against the seal sur­faces by its own spring force. The pres­su­re of the flu­id for sealing also pres­ses against the lips. The­re­fo­re the total sealing force is only ever as high as requi­red to seal the pre­vai­ling pres­su­re.

The advan­ta­ges: lower fric­tio­n­al force, less wear and lon­ger life than for a seal which is always ener­gi­zed at the same level.