BMG supplies an extensive range of hydraulic and pneumatic seals and sealing solutions for demanding environments, and is also the distributor for Hallite Seals International within central and southern Africa.
“Hallite sealing systems are manufactured from robust materials which include nitrile rubbers, rubber and fabric compounds and thermoplastic elastomers – all proven to keep a system free from external contamination,” says Marc Gravett, business unit manager of BMG’s Seals and Gaskets division. “Hallite’s design engineers and material technologists give careful attention to seal profile design and material selection. Product properties are methodically studied to ensure that the finished component has the required qualities to cope efficiently in harsh operating conditions.”
Included in this range of hydraulic and pneumatic seals are rod and gland seals, piston and static seals, as well as support and bearing components, which are constantly upgraded to keep abreast with changing market demand.
Compliance with local and international standards
BMG’s extensive range of quality branded sealing products – which includes rotary shaft, torric, hydraulic and pneumatic seals, as well as allied products like O-rings, waved washers, circlips, mechanical seals, gland packing and adhesives – complies with stringent local and international quality specifications.
The company’s commitment to providing high quality seals is evident in the extreme care taken in brand selection, in terms of standardisation, reliability, flexibility and consistent quality controls. These sealing products meet the demands of the OEM and end user for efficient performance from equipment that needs to work harder and for longer periods, as productivity levels increase.
BMG, which has been the exclusive distributor in southern Africa for Hallite Seals for over 35 years, provides a technical advisory and support service in all sectors.
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