Oil Saver Rubbers are molded from special red rubber compound of oil, gas and abrasion-resistant rubber for greater removal of fluid. Oil saver rubbers are replacement items used on wireline strippers to clean fluids from the wirelines being re-moved from the well during servicing.
The function of oil seals is to keep oil and other vital fluids from escaping around a rotating shaft. There are three basic oil seal designs; the fiber packing, the two-piece split lip design, and the one-piece radial design. An oil seal in the timing cover prevents oil from leaking around the crankshaft. The installation of this seal often requires the use of a special tool or a driver. It is important that the seal is positioned squarely in the bore of the timing cover and the crankshaft be positioned in the center of the seal.