ViewIn RFID Technology for Mechanical Seals
Wireless Seal Identification and Recordkeeping in an Easy-to-Use Mobile App
Chesterton seals embedded with ViewIn™ Chesterton Technology give your maintenance staff the ability to scan equipment quickly and safely while in operation to identify the type of Chesterton seal and obtain related pressure test reports, device drawings, and other helpful data using a mobile app.
Your team will have the information they need within minutes.!
This innovative technology is included with the following seals shipped out after October 1, 2018:
Efficient and Convenient Seal Management
Chesterton mechanical seals equipped with ViewIn Chesterton Technology have Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags installed in the seal gland containing a unique serial number. You can easily log all seals into the ViewIn app using a Bluetooth-enabled RFID reader.
Once your seals are logged in, you can scan seals at any time to get information that includes:
• Mechanical Seal Description
• Serial Number
• Product Item Number
• Seal Construction Materials
• Individual Seal Test Report
• Installation Instructions
• Device Drawings
Proudly we announce that as per April 2018 Sellon has an IECEx-03 certified Workshop. Sellon is allowed to carry out the maintenance and overhaul of mechanically rotating ATEX equipment.
View our ‘IECEX DEK S0032’ certificate:
This heavy duty pump set is one of the first we will supply to a global dairy company. The pumps will be used in heavy duty applications with a very abrasive medium. The pump housing and impeller are executed in Duplex steel (CD4M), the shaft is full SS316 (1.7/16”) and the bearings are protected by the high quality labyrinth seals from Chesterton.
The impeller is adjustable from the back, the Chesterton cartridge Heavy Duty 280 seal is equipped with a Plan 53A seal support system.
The pump is mounted on a special designed frame in SS316, and is adjustable in height. The pump is calculated by Sellon, supplied, mounted and aligned on-site. Sellon delivered the ANSI pump with a remarkable lead time of 4 – 6 weeks.