Wyatt Seal Market Spotlight: Industrial

Industrial seals are the lifeblood of Wyatt Seal. We’ve been in the business of supplying and producing industrial seals, gaskets, O-rings, and more for nearly fifty years.

New Acquisition: The Seal Group at Hydradyne

Wyatt Seal Inc of Columbia, SC announced today that it has completed an agreement to acquire The Seal Group at Hydradyne, a leading distributor of sealing products in the southeastern United States.

How Better O-Rings Can Prevent Machine Downtime

Nearly every complex industrial machine in the world owes its functionality to O-rings. The workhorses of modern industrial equipment, O-rings can make or break the performance of everything from earth movers to oil pistons to assembly lines.

3 Things to Consider When Purchasing Custom O-Rings

O-rings are integral to almost every industrial function on the planet. While there are thousands of commercially-produced O-rings available for purchase at any given moment, sometimes only a custom O-ring will do.

Wyatt Seal Market Spotlight: Heavy Equipment

The heavy equipment industry has been on a sustained and upward trajectory since the 2008 recession.

Manufacturing Sectors that are Growing in America

There’s a lot of noise out there about the concept of “American manufacturing.” Manufacturing has always been a hot political topic, used as a measuring stick for the overall health of the U.S. economy as we know it.

5 Common Materials for Industrial O-Rings

Industrial O-rings come in a staggering variety of materials, shapes, sizes, and even colors.

Wyatt Seal Market Spotlight: Chemical Processing

The chemical processing industry is ever-growing. The multi-billion-dollar industry runs the gamut, from global manufacturers to small, entrepreneurial upstarts.

4 Services an Industrial Seal Supplier Should Provide

An industrial seal supplier should be more than just a supplier…they should be a partner.

How to Boost Machinery Efficiency in the New Year

Machinery requires constant and consistent monitoring in order to remain effective. For many machine operators, the quest for greater efficiency is one that is never-ending.