Power Soak 41689
SEAL ASSEMBLY PUMP
An "assembly" a is set of manufactured parts or components that work together in unison as one mechanism or device. There are many different kinds of assemblies used in commercial restaurant equipment, including:
- Gear assemblies
- Pump assemblies
- Bearing assemblies
- Control panel assemblies
- Heating (exchanger) assemblies
- Motor control assemblies
- Sensor assemblies
- General assemblies
Pumps are commonly used in restaurant equipment to move fluids by mechanical action. Here are just a few examples examples:
- Pumping water in ice machines
- Pumping hot water in dishwashers
- Pumping oil in a deep fryer
- Pumping syrup or other thick liquids in a dispenser or soda fountain
- Pumping ice cream mix in a soft serve machine
- Pumping condiments such as sauces or dressings
They can be powered electrically, pneumatically, or mechanically, depending on the specific needs of the equipment.
A mechanical seal is a device that helps join systems or mechanisms together by preventing leakage (e.g. in a pump system), containing pressure, or excluding contamination. The effectiveness of a seal is dependent on adhesion in the case of sealants and compression in the case of gaskets or o-rings.
Power Soak dramatically improves foodservice operations of every size and scope. With cost-saving efficiency, automated process control and optimal space utilization at the forefront, Power Soak manufactures innovative commercial warewashing systems that provide the most reliable cleaning and sanitizing of pots, pans, sheet pans, skewers, utensils, produce and proteins in the marketplace today.