Extended range of SKF wellhead seals
Seal performance you can rely on
In the oil and gas industry, the risk and consequence of unplanned downtime is greatest in extreme environments. SKF understands the demands, you face very day and offers an extended range of thoroughly tested and qualified wellhead seal products that will reliably meet your business and technical challenges.
You can trust our FS- and S-seals as well as our T- and Locking T-seals to perform in the most challenging conditions, as they’ve all been through the most rigorous testing program at our own cutting-edge testing facilities.
Putting them through extreme examinations means SKF seals meet the highest standards of performance. If you are concerned about critical failure or the cost and impact of downtime, this is a solution that offers confidence and reliability.
- Materials tested per API 6A annex F184.108.40.206 and NORSOK M710 rev 2
- Seals tested per API 6A annex F PR2 F 1.11
- Manufacturing process verified to highest level of repeatable product quality
Fast turnaround and trouble shooting
Wellhead seal selection criteria
The core seals offering for wellheads consists of the FS-seals, S-seals as well as the T-seals resp. the Locking T-seals.
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From one to a million - A complete offering
These wellhead seals from SKF utilise our capability to seamlessly transfer between manufacturing processes – from a single piece to high volume production. This flexibility delivers quality sealing products that provide maximum value to all customers.
Whether you need a single seal or a high volume production run, SKF can support your needs. Our flexible seal production model combines moulded and machined manufacturing capabilities to accommodate virtually any demand.
With competencies in compression, injection and transfer moulding technologies, SKF can apply the most appropriate option for your requirements. With the machined seals concept, we are also able to provide machined seals very quickly, without tooling costs.
Machined seals (light blue area in the graph)
To cost effectively produce prototypes and seals in low volumes with short delivery time (in the introduction, initial growth, declining phase and to meet replacement demand at the end of the product life time).
Moulded seals (dark blue area in the graph)
To cost effectively produce seals in high volumes (in the growth and maturity phase).