Seal bearing assemblies

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Armstrong Fluid Technology

Armstrong Fluid Technology has introduced maintenance-free versions of its S&H Circulator line and the seal bearing assemblies used to service them. The new circulators eliminate the need for oiling, saving time and cost for building operators, and will be offered as an additional option alongside the traditional sleeve bearing designs. Armstrong SBAs are also compatible with many competing circulator models that require maintenance. This allows building owners to upgrade installed circulators by replacing the SBA with MF versions.

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