- effective separation of water and lubricants
- targeted design for inland vessels
- suitable for small shaft diameters
- highly corrosion resistant
How it works
The Supreme Inland Vessel consist of a forward seal (LDF) and an aft seal (LDA). The aft seal prevents water ingress to the stern tube and oil leakage to the outside environment. The forward seal prevents oil leakage from the stern tube to your engine room. The seal is also available as split version. This means that it is not necessary to pull the shaft when in dry dock. The Supreme Inland Vessel is available for shaft diameters from 70 to 248 millimetres.
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The Supreme Inland Vessel consists of high-quality iron housing parts, a stainless steel liner, one oil-repellent and two water-repellent rubber (NBR) lip seals.
Due to the modular design, you can customise the Supreme Inland Vessel using a broad range of options. The most frequently chosen options for the Supreme Inland Vessel are:
- hard metal liner coating (recommended)
- FKM lip seals
- distance ring
- wire winders
Are our standard solutions not suitable for your application? Our engineers are more than happy to develop a custom-made sealing product!
Type and design approval
The Supreme Inland Vessel seal has been approved by globally recognised classification societies such as the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS), Bureau Veritas (BV), DNV GL and the Indian Register of Shipping. Watch overview of all available type and design certificates.
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