• Why Choose Tekhniseal
    What sets Tekhniseal apart from the competition is our ability to not just simply manufacture new mechanical seals for your business, but to also retrofit existing mechanical seals to work to a new specification
    Posted: Monday 13 March 2023
  • Seal Refurbishment: The Cost Effective Solution
    Did you know that the seal refurbishment service is also the most cost effective solution as well as the most environmentally friendly option?
    Posted: Monday 13 February 2023
  • Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from Tekhniseal
    We would like to wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from the entire team at Tekhniseal.
    Posted: Wednesday 14 December 2022
  • Q&A with Helen Haslam, Managing Director of Tekhniseal
    We sat down with Helen Haslam, Managing Director at Tekhniseal to learn more about her role, her journey at Tekhniseal, and the business.
    Posted: Wednesday 23 November 2022
  • Seal Refurbishment: The Environmentally Friendly Option
    Tekhniseal is renowned for its expert seal repair and refurbishment service. However, did you know that our seal repair and refurbishment service not only provides a cost-effective solution to our customers, but also provides a more environmentally friendly option to our customers.
    Posted: Monday 7 November 2022
  • Tekhniseal – Your One Stop Seal Shop
    If you are looking for a particular seal, Tekhniseal can help. We offer a cost-effective, refurbishment service for practically any mechanical seal, either our own or other manufacturers products.
    Posted: Thursday 29 September 2022
  • The Ultimate Guide to Bead Mill Mechanical Seal Refurbishment
    Bead Mills are used in the manufacturing industry to both grind and disperse materials using beads.
    Posted: Thursday 21 July 2022
  • The Ultimate Guide to Mechanical Seals
    Mechanical seals are a manufacturing device intended to prevent leakage in a vessel where a rotating shaft travels through a wall. They are a key part of the manufacturing process and are thought to have been invented by George Cooke in 1923, for use in refrigeration compressors.
    Posted: Monday 18 April 2022
  • Why use specific materials to make mechanical seal facings?
    Why use specific materials to make mechanical seal facings?’

    Mechanical seals are a collection of components whose aim it is to prevent leakages from a vessel or machine. Seals serve a wide range of functions, and plug an array of liquids. Therefore, they need to be manufactured from a diverse range of materials.
    Posted: Monday 18 April 2022