Resin-bonded Carbon Graphite materials consist primarily of resin with varying degrees of carbon graphite injections to provide for specialized properties. These materials do not go through the coking and impregnation process. Given the specialized nature of these materials, they are generally used for low temperature applications and as they are not graphitized, they provide for good sliding properties. These characteristics make them ideal for seals, bearings and rotors & vanes, and they can be used in both wet and dry-running applications.
Custom Components & Parts
We develop parts that are customized to each of our customer’s specific application requirements. Our unique technical knowledge and manufacturing expertise allows us to customize parts within our existing product line or as part of our new product development.
Rotors and Vanes
St. Marys Carbon manufactures rotors & vanes from superior carbon graphite grades for a variety of applications. Our Rotors & Vanes are made from specialized, proprietary materials that are required for many of the unique environments in which rotors & vanes are used. All of our rotors & vanes, from the blending of raw materials to the finished product, are made in-house by our specialized craftsmen.
St. Marys Carbon custom manufactures a variety of seal grades to suit any sealing application. We offer blank stock, various types of impregnations, intricately machined seals, non-polished seals, and polished seals. Our mechanical seals are used in a variety of pumping applications and are especially beneficial in any type of dry-running, harsh (e.g., high temperature, chemically corrosive) and sanitary environments.
Bearings / Bushings
St. Marys Carbon custom manufactures many sizes, shapes and quantities of bearings / bushings, including radial, thrust/axial and sleeve. Our bearings / bushings are used in a variety of pumping applications and are especially beneficial in any type of dry-running, sanitary environments and harsh conditions (e.g., high temperature, chemically corrosive).