Characteristics and performance
The Hallite 842 single-lipped, snap-in rod wiper is developed specifically for use in harsher environments with heavy contamination, such as in agriculture, off-highway, forestry, and long wall mining equipment.
The unique feature of the Hallite 842 is the Umbrella Wiper Technology™, which is a protective debris guard flap on the wiping lip that entirely covers the gland housing and prevents the water/slurry trap that is common with conventional wipers. This feature offers added protection to the integrity of the hydraulic system, providing increased system life by reducing corrosion and preventing the ingress of contamination into the wiper housing groove and hydraulic cylinder gland.
The moulded ribs on the internal diameter provide extra stability to the wiper and help prevent the possibility of blow-out due to pressure trapping between the wiper and the main rod seal.
The standard Hallite 842 is moulded in Hythane® 181, Hallite’s high-performance polyurethane, for easy installation and excellent low temperature performance.
The Hallite 842 is also offered in a number of other high-performance polyurethanes, such as Hythane® 371, a very aggressive scraping material with proven track record in forestry, mining, and aggregate industries. The wiper has been proven compatible with HFA (95/5) fluids, as used in longwall mining equipment, and with mineral oil.Ask an expert
* Max pressure stated is dependant on the material variant selected. Please consult the datasheet for further information.
- Not suitable
* For fluid types marked as possible, please call our team of experts on +86 (0)21 3351 7272 to talk through your requirements and determine if this seal is the most suitable for your needs.
|Dynamic application||Static application|
|Fluids based on mineral oil|
|HFB (60/40 invert emulsion)||Recommended||Possible|
|HFC (water glycol)||Possible||Possible|
|Other fluid types|
|HFD (Phosphate ester ARYL Type)||Not suitable||Not suitable|
|Synthetic esters (HEES, HFDU)||Recommended||Possible|