Pump Packing




Packing comes in many sizes and material compositions to meet the requirements of the process equipment. We at Process Pump & Seal, Inc.  carry all variations of A.W. Chesterton Company packing and keep many award winning cross sections and sizes in stock for quick delivery and in many cases, same day delivery for emergencies.

Pump packing is ideal for the controlled leakage required for certain applications. ​Chesterton offers extensive applications ​expertise in pump packing solutions for rotating equipmentincluding design, selection, installation, testing, and more. Our  innovative and award-winning packing solutions reduce power requirements for the pump and result in less leakage—lowering the total life cycle costs of the pumping system. ​

Many of these solutions can also be coupled with other advanced technologies to drastically lower water usage and handle slurries with increased performance. Your regional Chesterton support staff is well-equipped to recommend the best solution for your operation's specific needs.​​​




Featured Packing: 2211 Severe Slurry Packing

DualPac - Packing Technology Innovation

Combining Two Complementary Materials in One Packing​​

Chesterton's new DualPac​®​​ Technology combines the benefits of PTFE and Aramid fibers to create an entirely new level of packing reliability.  Individually these fibers have their drawbacks, but together they offer advanced levels of performance:

  • The low friction and high sealability of PTFE without the consolidation and extrusion
  • The strength​ and resiliency of aramids without the shaft wear
  • Fewer gland adjustments translates to longer life









- Innovative Packing Technology -

                        DualPac Technology from Chesterton






Achieves significantly longer packing life
Low friction and gentle on shafts​
Resists consolidation and extrusion​​​​
Multiple configurations to eliminate need for end rings
Exclusive design using DualPac packing technology​​​​​​​​​​​



Ore slurries
Mineral handling slurries
Most aggressive slurry applications​​​