A sealless pump is essentially a conventional centrifugal pump without packed glands or mechanical seals. The dynamic seal that would normally be used to seal the impeller shaft is instead replaced by a static containment shell — or shroud — to form a completely sealed liquid end or pressure boundary.
Sealless pumps are easier to maintain, have fewer working parts, no potential leak paths and no support systems to design, install and maintain. Maintenance is simple, and the whole life cost is significantly lower than that of a sealed pump.
As there are no seals or seal support systems, plus all of the associated ancillaries, connections, instrumentation etc, the selection, installation and operation of a sealless pump is much, much easier.
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