Compression Packing Technical Manual

Fluid Sealing
FSA Compression Packing Technical Manual

Compression Packing Technical Manual

This manual, sponsored by the members of the Compression Packing Divisions of the FLUID SEALING ASSOCIATION and the EUROPEAN SEALING ASSOCIATION, provides information on compression packings and their components and the selection and proper methods of application. The guidelines in this manual represent the combined efforts of member and associate member companies of these Divisions, who have provided the material and technical personnel needed to complete this work. They are established, reputable packing manufacturers, producing quality packings in accordance with modern manufacturing practices.

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